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STARTING UPPER LEFT 

CLOCKWISE: 
PRESIDENT — EMILY ABRAMS 
VICE PRESIDENT — DONNA 

KINNEY 
SECRETARY — NANCY 

HENNRIKUS 
PROM COMMITTEE 
CHAIRMAN — ELAINE 
NAUGLER 
ACTIVITIES CHAIRMAN — 

AUGIE RUSSO 
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NEAL ANDERSON 



DAVID ALDORISIO 



B. WILLIAM ACE 
DUB 

"There's been some good times and 
some bod times, but I'll always re- 
member the good times." P.S. Good 



EMILY ABRAMS 

"Thanks for the memories you've given Luck — Ebby, Mull, Yetch 
me, they will always evolve in my mind, 
but now that we've come to the end of 
our rainbow, it's time we must say good- 
bye." Good Luck! 





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RICHARD A. BELL 



"Time is the tomorrow we may never 
reach." 



PAMELA C. BEAMAN 

"Discovery consists in seeing what 
everyone else has seen and thinking what 
nobody else has thought." 




WILLIAM F. BENCH 
BILL 

"A man is not finished when he is de- 
feated. He is finished when he quits . . ." 




JEFFREY E. BESSE 



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LISA ANNE BINSACK 

"Dreom on, Dream on, Dream on 
Dream until your dreams come true ' 
— Aerosmith 



BONNIE L. BLAKE 

"My what a long, strange trip it has 



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THOMAS PATRICK BRITT 




TOM 

"Some men see things as they are and 
soy why, I dream things that never 
were and say, why not." 



RUTH LOUISE BUCKLEY 

"I have tried to keep things in my honds 
and lost them ail, but what I have given 
into God's hands I still possess." — Mar- 
tin Luther 






DANIELLE B. BUSCH 

DANIELLE 

"And time weaves ribbons of memory 
to sweeter life when youth is through." 
— Pippin 



NADINE ANN BUKOFSKE 

"Be slow to fall into friendship; but when 
you are in continue firm ond constant." 



SHERRILL IRENE BURGESS 
SHIRLEY 

"Blow away the dreoms that tear you 
opart Blow away the dreams that 
break your heart Blow away the lies 
that leave you nothing but lost and 
broken hearted." — Bruce Springstein 




A man s reach should exceed his KATHY 
S'^^^''' "Love is, knowing thot no matter what 

happens; no matter how hard you try 
not to core, or how much you wont to 
forget. There is no woy in this world 
you con let go." 



CHRISTINE CAMPBELL 



DIANE T. CARISTI 

"CHRIS" 

"After I'm gone, the halls will feel my 
presence, the chairs will feel my 
warmth, orvd my locker will take on a 
new scent." 




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WILLIAM K. CARRUTH 



MICHAEL S. CAVANAGH 



JOHN L CHASE 




SUSAN CLARK 

SUE 

Places In The Past Sometimes I Can 
Laugh And Cry And I Can't Remember 
Why But I Still Love Those Good Times 
Gone By And Always Hold Them 
Close Push me L.L., Remember C.C., 
5.8., Can't have your cake and eat it 
too L.P., G.M., Bone Out J. P., M.E. 
BARK! 



TRACEY J. CLARK 
SPACEY 

"Finish each day and be done with it . . . 
You hove done what you could; Some 
blunders and absurdities no doubt crept 
in; Forget them as soon as you can. To- 
morrow is o new doy; You shall begin it 
well and serenely." 



MARK A. CIERPIAL 

"Give the world the best you hove 
And the best will come to you." 



BRAD JAMES CHEATHAM 






JOSEPH M. COLLINS 
JOE 

"At least I'm on the right track." 





JOHN L CONCANNON 



DONNA LEE CONWAY 

"If a man dcses not keep pace with his 
companions, perhaps it is because. he 
hears a different drummer." P.S. Hope 
for the best; be prepared for the worst, 
and take whatever comes with a smile. 



LINDA ANN COOK 

"Hold fast to dreams for if dreams die 
life is a broken- winged bird that can- 
not fly." — Langston Hughes 



TRACEY COOK 

"I don't know what kind of future life I 
believe in but I believe that all that we go 
through here must have some value." 




BRIAN COX 



RICHARD ANTHONY 
COUTO 



BOBBY COSSETTE 

"I finally made it." 



MATTHEW COREY 

"Purple haze all through my brain 
Lately things don't seem the same." 





MAUREEN ANNE DELANEY 

"Seas roll to waft me, suns to light my 
rise; My footstool earth, my canopy 
the skies." — Alexander Pope 



KATHLEEN ANN 
DE MATTIO 

KATE 

"The only way to have o friend is to be 
one." Emerson — "Of friendship" 




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RICHARD C. D'ENTREMONT 
RICH 




CHRISTOPHER T. DOHERTY 



LISA A.E. Dl CLIMENTE 

DEEK 

"Well, I've been afraid of changing 
Cuz I built my world around you. But 
time makes you bolder, Even children 
get older. And we're getting older 
too." — Fleetwood Mac 



JACK DILLEN 

"Never underestimate your opponent; 
one mistoke is all it takes." - 



KATRINA DICHARD 






PETER DONAHUE 



KEVIN HUGH DOUGHERTY 

"Stood for something. Or you'll foil for 
anything." 



BRIAN E. DOUCETTE 

"Con we ever understond how lucky 



DEBORAH ANNE DONAHUE 




CHERYL ANN DRAPER 

"The only reward of virtue is virtue; The 
only way to hove a friend is to be one " — 
Emerson 



ROBERT T. DUFF 

BOB 

"Of oil sod words of tongue or pen, 
the saddest are these, 'It might have 

been ' 



GARY J. DUFFEY 



KAREN L. DUNN 





TARA E. DYER 

"A cheerful heart and smiling face, 
pour sunshine in the darkest place." 



BRENDA JEANNE EATON 

"I've been here and I've been there. 
Seems like I've been everywhere be- 
fore; I've seen it all a hundred times. 
Still I think there surely must be 
more." 




MARK EDWARD EATON 




RAINA JANET ECKHARDT 




VIRGINIA R. ENGLISH 
VIRGE 

"Something in the way he moves 



GEORGE ECONOMOU 





REGINA A. FARINELLO 

"Most of the shadows of this life ore 
caused by standing in one's own sun- 
shine." — R.W.E. 



MARY-JO FADER 



KATHLEEN ANN ERNST 

"Love . . . Starts with o smile. Grows 
with o kiss. Ends with a tear." 



LOUIS CHARLES ENNIS 
CHUCK 

"It isn't enough to make sure you're on 
the right track; you must also moke sure 
you're not going in the wrong direction." 




MARY ELLEN FARRELL 

"The supreme happiness in life, is the 
conviction of being loved for yourself or, 
more correctly, being loved in spite of 
yourself." 



JULIE FELTMAN 
JULIUS 

"Over the piano was printed a notice: 
Please do not shoot the pianist. He is 
doing his best." — Oscar Fingol 
O'Flohertie Wills Wilde 




JOHN MICHAEL FERRI 

"The great pleasure in life is doing 
what people say you cannot do." 




TAMMY ANN FILLEUL 

Even though I'm strong enough to 
moke it on my own, I would not even 
core to try to live my life alone." 



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MICHAEL GENETTI 



SIMON GARDNER 



TERYL LYNN GARDNER 

"It's time to sit and think of days both 
good and bad, but now thot we are 
departing we must not be sad. We will 
meet again real soon and talk about 
the post and if we ore lucky, we won't 
grow up too fast." 



DAVID M. GAUNTT 

"Most heinous crime of modern time 
Destroys life's very essence, for being 
free and liberty Are killed by ocquies- 
cence." 




CYNTHIA LOUISE GERLEK 

Don't walk in front of me, I may not fol- 
low; Don't walk behind me, I may not 
lead; Just walk beside me and be my 
friend. 



KIMBERLY ANN GINDER 
KIM 

"... For long you'll live and high 
you'll fly, and smiles you'll give and 
tears you'll cry, and all you touch and 
all you see is all your life will ever 

be . . ." 



MARIKA GODTFREDSEN 



IRIS GONSALVAS 







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JAMES HANSIS 



KATHERINE HARRISON 



KATHLEEN K. HANSON 
KATHY 

"For us there is one God, the Father, 
from whom oil things and for whom 
we exist, and one Lord, Jesus Christ, 
through whom are all things and 
through whom we exist." 
— I. Corinthians 8:6 



SANDRA E. HAYES 

SANDY 




DOUGLAS T, HAYNES 



ROBERT A. HAYWARD 



NANCY C. HENNRIKUS 

"A smile con pour sunshine into the 
darkest ploces " 





DIANE M. HIGSON 

"If the cloud burst thunders in your 
ear You shout but no one seems to 
hear And the band you're in starts 
playing a different tune. I'll see you on 
the dark side of the moon," 



MICHAEL C 

MIKE 

"You can do most anything you want 
If you stay with it long enough." 



KAREN A. MINES 

"If you ore like a bird, free and un- 
tamed, stay that way, don't ever 
change." 



DAVID HOKSCH 




JAN KATHRYN 
HOLLENBECK 

"I get by with a little help from my 
friend." 



ROBERT J. HOLMES 

ROBBIE 

"Fear knocked at the door Faith 
opened it Peace was there. Take it 
easy." 



ERIC J. HOLLAND 




THOMAS W. HOOPER 



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JON ALAN HUGHES 



CAROLYN JEAN HULBERT 

"And I don't know whot the future is 
holdin' in store, I don't know where I'm 
goin', I'm not sure where I've been. 
There's o spirit that guides me, a light 
that shines for me. My life is worth the 
livin', I don't need to see the end." — 
John Denver — 




JEFFREY SCOTT HOYLAND 
JEFF 

"I am the Jack-of-all-trades, a master 
of none." 



DONALD E. HUNT, JR. 




ANTHONY FRANK lASI 

"Everything can be possible. It just 
sometimes takes something thought 
impossible to moke it happen." — 
— A.F.I. 



GWENDOLYN REBESSA 

JACKSON 





PAMELA ANN KNOPF 



MARK LEORY KETTERING 



DONNA ELIZABETH KINNEY 

"How can we live without our lives? 
How will we know it's us without our 
post?" — Steinbeck 



RACHEL KNEELAND 

RAY 

"Remember all the movies, Terry, 
we'd go to see Trying to learn how to 
walk like the heroes we thought we 
hod to be ond after all this time to find 
we're just like all the rest, stranded in 
the pork and forced to confess." 



MICHAEL J. KOHM 



KATHERINE ANN KONKLE 

"I want no success if I have to sup- 
press the truth as I see it to be." 




DALE JOSEPH KUTYNA 

"Life flows on within you and without 

you." 



RICHARD LAPPERRIERE 





JAMES G. LEARY 

JIM 

"I am what you see, I'll olwcys be what I 
am." 





CHARLES L. LEZAMA 

SONNY 
on my way . . ." 



GEORGE T. LINEMAN 
GEO 

"The measure of a man's success is 
the extent to which he closes the gap 
between his output end his potential." 



LAURA J. LEONG 

LAURIE 

"Just remember . . . No matter how far 
we may be from one another, Never let 
distance come between friendship." 



MICKAEL F. LESKOUSKI 

"The person who never mokes a mis- 
take must get mighty tired of doing no- 
thing." 



MARIELAINA LORREY 

MARIE 

"If you compare yourself with others; you 
may become vain and bitter, for always 
there will be greater and lesser persons 
than yourself " 



ALBERT E. LOVELY 
CHIP 

"It's not right until it's done twice 




LAURA KAY LUNDGREN 

"Let the disoppointments pass. Let the 
laughter fill your glass. Let your illu- 
sions lost until they shatter. Whatever 
you might hope to find. Among the 
thoughts that crowd your mind. There 
won't be many that ever really motter." 



ANGELA L LUTER 

"BRAINGE" 
"Direct your eye right inward; and 
you'll find a thousand regions in your 
mind yet undiscovered. Explore them 
ond let your thoughts travel higher 
than the mountoins, for in the mind lies 
the richest vein" 




ROBERT S. MAC ARTHUR 
BOB 




CATHERINE RUTH 
MAC DONALD 

"Friends are the stepping stones that 
lead to heaven's door." 




KATHRYN L. 
MAC KERRON 

KATHY 

"Love will blossom anywhere as long 
OS someone's there to care." 



MARK WAYNE MACKLIN 




JUDITH E. MALONEY 

JUDE 

"If you are being run out of town, get 
in front of the c rowd, and make it look 
like a parade." 



MARTHA A. MASKALENKO 



LARRY S. MADDEN 



WILLIAM BURTON 
MAC LEOD 

BILL 






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DAVID L. MASSE 
DAVE 

"People don't hove problems, they create 
them!" 







FRED F. MC LAUGHLIN 
HUGO 

"A friend is someone who lives in your 
heart." 



DONIE C. MC QUAGE 

"The best man for a job is a woman.' 




LORRAINE DIANA MILLER 

"Don't look so sod; I know it's over, 
But life goes on and this old world will 
keep turning. Let's just be glad we had 
some time to spend together." — Kris 
Kristofferson 



BRIAN WILLIAM MILLIGAN 

"I can see the horizon clearly now, from 
atop our final hill. It laughts, and soys 
Come, Challenge me! And I know, I can't 
stand still." 




ELISABETH ANNE MOELLER 

"What lies behind us and What lies be- 
fore us are Tiny matters compared to 
What lies within us." — Emerson 



CAROL MARIE MONACO 

"You give but little when you give of 
your possessions. It is when you give of 
yourself that you truly give." — Kahli 
Gibrom 



KAREN ELIZABETH 
MORANO 

"Don't you ever ask them why. If they 
told you, you would cry. So just look at 
them and sigh and know they love you 

— Teach Your Children 
Crosby, Stills, Nosh & Young 



BERNARD S. MORGAN 






JOHN MULLIGAN 

"The gates of excellence are reached 
after crossing through the sea of sweat 
due to hard work. But to pass through the 
gates, one must poss over the mountain 
of Desire." 



GINA MARIE MUSACCHIO 

"... We had something to learn. 
Now it's time for the wheels to tum. 
Grains of sand, one by one Before you 
know it, all gone ..." — Todd 
Rundg ren 



CRYSTAL NAEGELI 

CADDY 

'Don't say goodbye: That means 
forever. Say, see ya later. It sounds a 
lot better. 



ELAINE THERESE NAUGLER 

LAINIE 

"We travel on. Alone and for, each in 
orbit, each a star. Quietly we seporote. 
Silently, we drift. Never again to be As 
once we had been." — P.S. B.J.N. 



RICHARD BRUCE NAWOICHIK 

DICK 
Free Bird 

"If I leave here tomorrow, would you still 
remember me? I must be traveling on 
now, cause there's too many places I've 

got to see . . ." — Lynyrd Skynyrd 




WAYNE A. NEWMAN 
CHIP 

"And now for something completely 
different." 




VENUS CHERYL NICHOLS 

"Happiness is a perfume you cannot 
pour on others without getting a few 
drops on yourself." 



JANICE A. NICKERSON 

"A smile is the whisper of a laugh." 



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STEVEN M. NILES 



STEVEN ANTHONY NOLAN 

"Be rich or be an enemy of the rich. I 
understand both. But never envv 
the rich and try to please them. ' 
— Aristotle Onassis 





ILONA E. NYILAS 
GRANOLA 
"... the dreamer dreams on and 
dreams never die, long as we try. We 
are Riders to the Stars." — Barry Man- 
ilow 



KELLY O'BRIEN 

"Two persons who do not part with 
kisses should part with haste." 



JOHN ALLAN O'NEIL 

"Real joy comes not from ease of 
riches or from the praise of men, but 
from doing something worthwhile." 
— Wilfred T. Grenfel 



WILLIAM MARK ORAM 
BILLY 

"If I leave here tomorrow Would you still 
remember me? For I must be troveling 
on, now, 'Cause there's too many places I 
got to see. But if I stayed here with all of 
you Things just couldn't be the same. 
'Couse I'm as free os a bird, now. And 
this bird you cannot change. Lord knows, 
I can't change." — Lynyrd Skynord 



LESLIE ANN O'CONNOR 

"What is beautiful is a joy for all sea 
sons and a p>ossession for all eternity 
— Oscor Wilde 



THOMAS O'BRIEN 





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JOYCE ELLEN PALMERI 
"What parolyzes life is the failure to 
believe ond the failure to dare." 



ALFRED ANTHONY 
PANDISCIO JR. 

"The secret of education lies in re- 
specting the pupil." — Emerson 



CHRISTOPHER NEWELL PAGE 
CHRIS 

"Every night I dream the dream I can 
moke the mountain sing, I can make the 
winter spring And I wake up believing. 
And for a moment I can hold the wind 
and sky and just forget that I am flying on 
a single wing." — Batteou 



SHEILA ELAINE PAGELKOPF 

"Man is the only animal that laughs 
and weeps; for he is the only animal 
that is struck by the difference be- 
tween what things are and what they 
might have been." — Hazlitt 






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MICHAEL ALAN RATNEY 
MIKE 



MICHELLE L RAY 

"The important thing is this: to be able 
at any moment to sacrifice what we 
are for what we could become." — 
ILY, D. 



LAURA A. POWDERLY 

"It is not how much we hove but how 
much we enjoy thot makes happi- 
ness." 



GILBERT POTVIN 



DOUGLAS ARTHUR READER 

DOUG 



TERRY LEE RECORDS 

"Time, wahh ... 2 wheelers . . . . 
lockers .... class rings . . . . 
Homecoming .... cars ... . Prom 
.... Live! Live! Live!!! Future?? only 
God knows . . . smile." 




LAURA REED 
"Precious and few are the moments 
we two can shore." 



BRIAN P. REIDY 









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KATHLEEN RENNIE 










KELLY A. RICHTER 




KATHLEEN ANN RILEY 
KATH 

"The love of friends is never far . 
its always close to where we are." 



MICHAEL KEVIN RILEY 

"If you can imagine it. You con achieve it. 
If you can dream it, You can become it." 
— William Arthur Word 



CLARK ZACHARY ROBINSON 

ZAC 

"Ah, but a man's reach should ex- 
ceed his grasp, or what's a heaven for?" 
— Robert Browning 



JEAN ELIZABETH RINGLE 

"I've been waiting all this time thinking 
that the world was waiting just beyond 
my world for me. World, you'd better 
have that something ready or I'll make 
it for my own." 



LISA RIZZARI 

And how you tried to make it work 
Did you really think it could. How you 
tried to make it last. Did you really 
think it would. — B. Seger 



LYNNE A. ROBERTS 

"If there is not wind, row." 





RACHEL MIRIAM SACHS 

"The world never spins so fast that we 
can't stop a moment to moke o 
friend." 



BRADLEY D. ROSE 



DIANE CAROL ROBINSON 

MOXIE 

"For long you live and high you fly And 
smiles you give and teors you cry And all 
you touch and all you see Is all your life 
will ever be " 



"We the willing 
Led by the unknowing 
Are doing the impossible 
For the ungroteful 
And have been doing 
So much 
With so little 
For so long 
That we are now qualified 
To do Anything 
With nothing." 




MICHAEL SAINATO 



STUART R. SALZER 

"S2@" 

"Anyone can be smart. And, anyone 
con be crazy. But, to be both, is a feat 
only I con put in my mouth " 



PHIL SARNECKI 

"We ore the people our pw rents used 

to warn us about " 





JACQUELINE A. SCHOEN- 
DORF 

Jackie 

"Never imagine yourself not to be 
otherwise than what it might appear to 
others that what you were or might 
have been was not otherwise than 
what you hod been would have ap- 
peared to the to be otherwise. 



JULIE E. SCHOORENS 




AMY CAROL SENIO 

"Catch your dreams before they slip 
away. There's crying all the time, Lose 
your dreams and you will lose your 
mind. — Rolling Sones 



DOUGLAS A. SHAMON 

"Endeavor to be what you desire to ap- 
pear." 



GLENN KENNETH SMART 



TRACY E. SHAW 

"The purest treasure that mortal times 
afford is spotless reputation." 

— Shakespeare 



DINA R. SIEGAL 

"So if you think your life is complete 
confusion, cause you never win the 
game, just remember that it's a grand 
illusion and deep inside we're all the 
same." 



MICHAEL ANTHONY SIZOO 

"Soil into the sunrise and your 
shadows will remain beind you." 




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ROBYN ELIZABETH SMYSER 



"ROBBIE" 

"The most visible joy can only reveal it- 
self to us when we've transformed it. 




THOMAS R. SPEIDEL 





MARY ANN STEVENS 



ROBIN L STIDWORTHY 

'And time weaves ribbons of memory 
. ." — Pippin 




ERIC VAUGHN STOGDILL 

"Life is a tragedy for those who feel, and 
a comedy for those who think." 



ANN R. SULLIVAN 

SULL 

"We cannot endure like the earth and 
the mountains, Life is not ours to keep, 
for a new sun is rising . 
"Left Overature" 



DORIS MAE SULLIVAN 

IRMA 

"Be more concerned with your charac- 
ter than with your reputation. Because 
your reputation is merely what people 
think you are, while your character is 
what you really are." 



MARTHA M. SULLIVAN 

"There are two paths you con go by, 
But in the long run. There's still time to 
change the road you're on." 



ROBERT B. SUTHERLAND 

ROB 

"Search for that which is good in 
everyone you meet. Try to understand 
people, and you will never truly hate 

anyone." 






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CLAIRE C. SWANSON 

"A ship in a harbor is safe, but that is not 
what ships are built for." 



ANNE-MARIE THEOPHILE 




ANNE 

"Where in this wide world can man find 
nobility without pride, friendship with- 
out envy, or beauty without vanity?" 

— Duncan 





"Every day brings along an experience 
and a memory, cherished . . . never 
to be forgotten." 



CAROL A. VADEBONCOEUR 




MYRON P. WAITE II 

HIRAM 

"It's hard to leave when you can't find 
the door." 



ROBERT WEBB 



KENNETH C. WARD 



BONNIE JEAN WALCOTT 

"Thus, olso, you pass from the lum- 
pish grub in the earth to the airy and 
fluttering butterfly. The very globe 
continually transcends and translates 
Itself, and becomes winged in its or- 
bit." 

— Henry David Thoreau 



EILEEN M. WALSH 

"WEEN" 



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ANDREA E. WILLIAMS 




SENIOR DIRECTORY 



ABRAMS, EMILY 34 Old Stagecoach Rd. — Band 1,2; Wind Ensemble 3; Tennis 2; Class Treasurer 1; Class 
Secretary 2; Class Vice-President 3; Class President 4; N.H.S. Vice President 3,4 
ACE, DUB — Football 1,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1,2,3,4 

ANSEL, DARYL 4 Wagon Wheel Dr. — Football 1 ,2,3; Lacrosse 2,3; Golf 1; Concert Band 1,2; Wind Ensemble 3,4; 
Orchestra 3,4; Marching Band 4; N.H.S. 3,4 

ARSENAULT, MICHAEL — Soccer 1,2,4; Basketball 1; Lacrosse 2,3,4 

AYASSE, MARK 29 Webber Ave. — Soccer 1 ,2,3,4; Marching Bond 1 ; B.H.S. Musical 2,3,4; Legislative Committee 
3; Jr. and Sr. Prom Committees 3,4; Activities Committee 4 
BAKER, JENNIFER 440 Great Rd. — Ensemble 1,2,4; Choir 4 

BARBIERI, PAUL S. 175 South Rd. — Football 1,2,3,4; Hockey 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1,2; Lacrosse 3,4 
BEAUCHESNE, HOLLY 23 Otis St. 

BENCH, BILL — Football 1,2,3,4; Hockey 1,2,3,4; Tennis 1,2,3,4 

BINSACK, LISA — Varsity Field Hockey 1,2,3,4; J.V. Basketball 1,2; Varsity Basketball 3; Varsity Softball 1,2,3,4 
BLAKE, BONNIE 28 Crescent Ave. — Softball 1,2 

BLOCK, LLOYD 1 Birchwood Dr. — Football 1,2; Basketball 1,2,3; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Band 1,2 
BOUDREAU, STEPHEN M. — Hockey 1,2,3,4; Football 1,2; Track 1,2 

BRADY, BOB 46 Hillside Ave. — Football 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1; Basketball 1; Hockey 2,3,4; Lacrosse 2,3,4; Indoor 
Soccer 1,2,3,4 

BRITT, THOMAS 5 Williams St. — Football 1; Golf 1,2; Hockey 1,2,3,4 

BRUHA, MARK 1 1 Lone Ave. — Football 1,2; Basketball 1; Hockey 3; Tennis 1,2,3,4; Soccer 3,4 
BUCKLEY, RUTH 103 Pine Hill Rd. — Madrigal 1,2,3,4; Math league 1,2,3 
BUKOFSKE, NADINE — 95-c Scott Circle 

BURGESS, SHERRILL I. 4 Radcliffe Cir. — Soccer 3; Ensemble 1,2,3,4; Activities Committee 3,4; Prom Committee 
3,4; Missile Staff 4 

BURNES, LISA 53 Notre Dome Rd. — Basketball 1, Co-Coptoin 2; Softball 1 

BUSCH, DANIELLE 37 Meadowbrook Rd. — Madrigal 1 ,2,3,4; Choir 1,2,3,4; Double Sextette 1,2,3,4; French Club 
2,3,4; Citizenship Committee 3,4; Cross Country 4; Spring Track 4; Musical 1,2,3,4 
BUSH, JAMES F. 7 Meadowbrook Rd. — Soccer 2,3,4 

CARISTI, DIANE 16 Gould Rd. — Basketball 1; J.V. Basketball 2, Co-Captain 3; J.V. Softball 1,2; V. Softball 3,4 
CHEATHAM, BRAD 45 Dunster Rd. — Winter Track 4; Spring Track 4 
CIERPIAL, MARK 8 Woodmoor Dr. — Marching Bond 1,2,3,4; Jazz Ensemble 3,4 
CLARK, TRACEY 1 1 Beverly Rd. — Track 1,2; Missile Staff 4; Prom Committee 3 

COLAO, CHRISTIANE 5 Page Rd. — Spring Track 3; Ensemble 3,4; French Club 3; AFS 4; N.H.S. 3,4; Activities 
Committee 3; Missile Staff 4 

COLEMAN, JON 26 Dunster Rd. — Cross Country 3,4; Winter Track 2,3,4; Spring Track 2,3,4; Choir 3,4; Musical 
3,4 

COLLINS, JOE 2 Rodney Rd. — Cross Country 2,3,4; Winter Track 1,2,3,4; Spring Track 1,2,3,4; Football 1; Choir 
3,4; Musical 3,4 

COLLITON, JOANNE — Prom Committee 3,4; Activities Committee 3,4; Ensemble 3 

COLONERO, STEPHANIE 10 Hilltop Dr. — Choir 1,2,3,4; Double Sextette 2,3,4; Madrigal 4; Concert Band 2,3,4; 
Marching Band 3,4; Softball 2; Missile Staff 2 

CONWAY, DONNA 83-B Scott Cir. — Drama 2; French Club 3; N.H.S. 3,4 

COOK, TRACEY 88 Roberts Dr. — Field Hockey 3,4; Basketball 1; Winter Track 2,3,4; Spring Track 1,2,3; V. 
Softball 4 

COSSETTE, BOB 148 South Rd. — Football 1,2,3,4 

CROKE, DAVID 14 Beverly Rd. — Soccer 1,2,3; Winter Track 3,4; Spring Track 4; Cross Country 4; Medio 
Internship 3 

DELANEY, MAUREEN 6 Daniels Dr. — French Club 2,3; Prom Committee 3,4; Best Bet 78 



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DE MATTIO, KATHY 26 Elmbrook Rd. — Basketball 1,2,3,4 

D'ENTREMONT, CHARLES 3 Dewey Rd. — Football 1,3,4; Lacrosse 1,2,3,4 

Dl CLEMENTE, LISA 6 Dana Rd. — Track 1; Tournament of Plays 1,2,3; Ensemble 2,3 

DOHERTY, CHRIS 236 South Rd. — Basketball 1,2,3,4 

DOUCETTE, BRIAN 22 Foster Rd. — Football 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1; Indoor Track 1,2,3 

DOUGHERTY, KEVIN 312 Concord Rd. — Choir 1,2,3,4; Madrigals 3,4; Missile Staff 3,4; Drama 1,2,3; Musicol 
1,2,3,4; Cross Country 4; Winter Track 3,4; Spring Track 3,4; Tournament of Ploys 2; Citizenship Committee 4 
DRAPER, CHERYL 1 Temple Terrace — Concert Band 1 ; Choir 4; Activities Committee 3,4; Prom Committee 3,4; 
Ensemble 3; Musical 4 

ECKHARDT, RAINA JANET 3 Princess Pine Drive — Cross Country Track 2,3,4; Ski Team 2,3,4 

EGAN, JANA 24 Cot Hill Rd. — J.V. Softball 3; Varsity Softball 4; Marching Band 3; Field Hockey 4; Ensemble 3; 

Concert Bond 1,2,3,4; Pep Club 2 

ENNIS, CHUCK 29 Wildwood Dr. — Football 1 ,2,3,4; Basketball 1 ,3,4; Hockey 2; Tennis 1 ,2,3,4; Class Officer 2,3; 
NHS 3,4 

ERNST, KATHLEEN 107c Scott Circle — Flogfootball 3; Snowskiing 2,3; Drama Club 3; Pep Club 1,2; Outdoor 

Education Club 3; "Foreign Language Exchange" Club 2,3; Missouri Club 1; Delta Epsilon Phi 2,3,4; Mountain 

Climbing on Progect Bold 

FADER, MARY — JO 3 Pond Circle 

FARINELLO, REGINA 1 1 Harvard Dr. — Tennis 1,2,3,4 

FARREL, MARY 62 Page Rd. — Stage Crew 1; J.V. Softball 3; Varsity Soccer 4; Choir 3,4 

FELTMAN, JULIE 22 Lido Lane — Ensemble 3,4; Orchestra 3,4; German Club 4; Musical 3,4; Tournament of Plays 

2; Literary Magazine 4 

FERRI, JOHN 4 Winchester Dr. — Football 1,2; Baseball 1; Hockey 1,2,3,4 
FILLEUL, TAMMY 1 1 Overlook Dr. — Swim Team 2; Senior Prom Committee 

FITZTGERALD, LORI 39 Showsheen Rd. — Majorette 3,4; Jr. Prom Committee 3; Musical Production Assistant 2,3; 
Ensemble 2,3 

FULLER, KAREN 34 Gould Rd. 

GAUNTT, DAVID 6 Reed Ln. — Rifle Team 1 ,2,3,4, Captain 3,4; Math League 3,4; Current Affairs Club 4; Fall Ploy 

1; Asso. Member, A 1.5 2 

GARDNER, TERYL 49 Notre Dome Rd. — Basketball 1; J.V. Basketball 2 
GENETTI, MICHAEL 27 Hartwell Rd. — Football 1,2,3,4 

GERLEK, CINDI 69 Wilson Rd. — Pep Club 1,2; Make-up for musicals 1,2,4; Prom Committee 3,4 
GINDER, KIM 107 Springs Rd. — Cross-country 1,2,3,4; Captain 2,3; Winter Track 2,3,4; Spring Track 1,2,3,4; 
Captain 1 ,3; Basketball 1; Legislative Committee 1 ,2,3,4; Telemedio 3,4; Activities Committee 3,4; Prom Committee 
3,4; Guitar 1; N.H.S. 3,4 

GRAHAM, DEBBIE 9 Beverly Rd. — Spring Track 1,2; Field Hockey 2; Socker-Hockey Cheerleader 3; 
Football-Basketball Cheerleader 4; Activities Committee 3,4; Prom Committee 4 
GREENE, DAN — Choir 1,2,3,4; Musical 1,2,3; Spring Track 1, Cross-country 2 

HAMANN, DAVID — Soccer 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Audio Visual 1; Current Affairs Club 4 
HAYES, SANDY — Madrigal 1,2,3,4; Choir 2,3,4; French Club 2,3; Musicals 1,2,3,4 

HENNRIKUS, NANCY 13 Hemlock Lane — Field Hockey 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Tennis 1,2,3,4; Class Vice 

President 1; Class Treasurer 3; Class Secretary 4; Prom Committee 3; N.H.S. 3,4; Ensemble 1,2 

HETTINGER, MICHAEL 47B Scott Circle — Cross Country 4; Ski Team 4; J. S R. 4; Legislative Committee 4; 

Newspaper 4; Ski Club 1*,2*,3*; Mountaineers 3*; Spring Close Up 3*; Play 3*; *Machebeuf H.S. 

HILL, MICHAEL 10 Ledgewood Drive — Soccer 1,2; Ski Team 1,2; Tele-Media 2,3,4; Marching Band 2,3,4 

HINES, KAREN 9 Pope Terrace — Cheerleading 1 *,2*; Softball 1 *,2*; *Balboa H.S. 

HOLLAND, ERIC 2 Hillcrest Rd. — Football 1,3,4; Lacrosse 3; Concert Bond 1,2,3; Marching Band 2 

HOLLENBECK, JAN 15 Robinson Dr. — Marching Bond 2,3,4; A.F.S. 1,2,3,4; Jazz Band 2,3,4; Pep Club 1; Pep 

Bond 2,3,4; Wind Ensemble 2,3,4; Musical 2,3,4; Orchestra 2,3,4 

HOLMES, ROBBIE — Hockey 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Football 1 

HOYLAND,JEFF2GlenOra Drive — Football 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1,2; Basketball 1; Musical Comedy 2,3,4; Fall Play 

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2; Cross-Country Ski Teem 4 

HULBERT, CAROLYN J. 5 Robinson Drive — Majorettes 3,4; N.H.S. 3,4; Choir 3,4; Prom Committee 3,4; Activities 
Committee 3,4; Make-up and Costume Crews 1,2,3,4; Musicals 3,4 
JACKSON, GWENDOLYN R. 5 Lewis Road — Baseball 1, Volleyball 1 
KELLY, FRED — Football 1,3,4; Lacrosse 2,3,4; Concert Band 1,2,3 
KELLY, KEITH 6 Sherwood Drive — Marching Band 1,2; Ski Team 4 

KENNY, DENISE 15 Woodland Road — Track 1,2; Activities Committee 4; Prom Committee 4 
KETTERING, MARK L. 7 Lido Lane — Ski Team 1,2,3,4 

KINNEY, DONNA 140 Page Road — Cheerleader 1,2,3,4; Captain 4; Madrigal 2,3,4; Musical 2,3,4; Orchestra 1,2; 
Class Secretary 1,3; Class Treasurer 2; Class Vice President 4; N.H.S. 3,4; N.H.S. Secretary 4 
KNEELAND, RACHEL 5 Norreen Drive — Basketball 1,2,3,4; Tennis 2,3,4; Soccer 4 
KNOPF, PAM — Drama 1,2,3,4; Missile Staff 2; Best Bet '78 

KOHM, MIKE 5 Beverly Rd. — Skiing 2*,3,4; Ski Club 3,4; Best Bet 3; Trainer 1 *; Explorers Club 1 *,2*; J.V. Tennis 
2*; *A.P.H.S. 

KUTYNA, DALE — Swimming 2,3,4; Soccer 3,4; Lacrosse 3,4 

LATINA, MARY 8 Clark Circle — Pep Club 2; Concert Band 1 ,2; Wind Ensemble 3,4; Marching Band 3,4; Orchestra 
2,3,4; Fall Play 2,3,4; Spring Play 2; Missile Staff 2; State Drama Festival 2 
LEARY, CAROL 9 Gould Rd. — Basketball 1,2,3,4; Soccer 3,4; N.H.S. 3,4 
LEARY, JAMES — Baseball 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,4 

LEARY, JONATHAN D. — Marching Band 1,2,3,4; Concert bond 1,2,3,4; Jazz Band 4; Musical Stage Crew 1,2,3; 
A.V. 1 

LEONG, LAURA 10 Richard Rd. — Pep Club 1,2; Activities Committee 3,4; Prom Committee 3,4; Ensemble 4; 
Missile Staff 4 

LESKOUSKI, MIKE — Football 1; Basketball 1,2; Baseball 1,2,3,4 
LINEHAN, GEORGE 5 Hunt Rd. — Football 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1; Lacrosse 2,3,4 
LUTER, ANGELA — Basketball 1,3; Softball 1; Dramatic Productions 3,4 
MAC ARTHUR, BOB 12 Curve St. — Baseball 1,2,3,4; Soccer 

MAC DONALD, CATHY 9 Washington St. — Tennis 2; Missile Staff 4; Soccer 4; French Club 2 
MAC KERRON, KATHY — Drama 2,3 

MACKLIN, MARK W. 12 Temple Terrace — Drama 1; French Club 2,3; Rifle Team 2,3; Yearbook 3 

MAC LEOD, WILLIAM — Concert Band 1,2; Marching Band 1,2,3,4; Wind Ensemble 3,4; Drama 1; Cross-country 3 

MASKALENKO, MARTHA — Basketball 1,2,3,4; Softball 2,3; Field Hockey 2 

MASSE, DAVE — Football 1,2; Marine Physical Fitness Team 1,2,3,4 

MC DONOUGH, MILES — Ski Team 1,2,3,4; Drama 1,2,3,4 

MC EACHERN, PAUL 2 Overlook Drive — Pep Club 1,2; Soccer 4; Band 1,2,4 

MC HARG, MARYLOUISE 74 Wilson Road — Pep Club 1 ,2; Soccer 4; Band 1 ,2,4; Marching Band 3; B.H.S. Court 3; 
A.F.S. 1,2,4; Musical Props 2; Chorus 3,4 

MC LAUGHLIN, FRED 3 William Street — Football 1,2,3,4; Hockey 2,3,4; Freshman Baseball 1; Lacrosse 3,4 
MC QUAGE, DONIE 19 Offutt Road — Varsity Soccer 3,4, Captain 4 

MILLER, LORRAINE 15 Hemlock Lone — Missile Staff 4; Ensemble 3,4; Junior Activity Club 3; A.F.S. 4 
MILLIGAN, BRIAN 10 Reed Lane — Spring Track 2,3,4; Choir 1,2,3,4; Band 1,2,3,4; Marching Band 1,2; Musical 
1 ,2,3,4; Best Bet 1 

MOELLER, ANNE 27 Wildwood Drive — J.V. Tennis 1,2; Majorettes 2,3, Captain 4; Citizenship Committee 3,4; 
Class Treasurer 4; N.H.S. 3,4 

MONACO, CAROL 5 Overlook Drive — Pep Club 1; A.F.S. 1,2; Tournament of Plays 2; Crew for Musical 2,3; 
French Club 3; Ensemble 1,2,3,4; Prom Committee 3,4; N.H.S. 3,4; Choir 4 
MORANO, DAREN E. 13 Wildwood Drive 

MORGAN, BERNIE 8 Andrews Rood — Soccer 1,2,3,4; Track 1,2,3; Lacrosse 3,4 
MULLIGAN, JOHN — Football 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4 
NAEGELI CRYSTAL 3 Pond Circle 



NAUGLER, ELAINE — Telemedia 3,4; Pep Club 1; Legislative Committee 2; Madrigal 2,3,4; Choir 2,3,4; Double 
Sextette 3,4; Prom Committee Chairman 3,4; Best Bet 78 
NAWOICHIK, DICK 24 Summer Street — Football 3; Rifle 1,2,3 

NEWMAN, WAYNE 2K Bedford Village — Soccer 1,3,4; Winter Track 2; Drama 1,2,3 
NICHOLS, V. CHERYL 34 Neillian Street — J.V. Softball 3; Art Club 2; Drama Club 4 

NICKERSON, JANICE 16 Mosardis Street — Hockey Cheerleading 1,2; Field Hockey 2; Football Cheerleading 3,4 
NYILAS, ILONA — Swim Team 1,2,3, Captain 4; Track 1,2 
O'BRIEN, TOM 9 Curve Street — Soccer 1 

O'CONNOR, LESLIE 6 Robinson Drive — Drama 2,3; Musical 3,4; Varsity Soccer Manager 3,4; Madrigal 3,4; 
Activities Committee 2,3,4 

O'NEIL, JOHN 21 Clark Road — Ski Club 1,2; Audio Visual Club 3; Yearbook Staff 3, Yearbook Editor 4 
PAGE, CHRIS 10 Hunt Rood — Missile Staff Literary Editor; Parallax 3,4; Sophomore Tournament of Plays; Spring 
Ploy 2; J.S.R. 3 

PAGELKOPF, SHEILA 65 Wildwood Drive — Missile Staff 3,4; J.S.R. 3,4; Editor of Yearbook 1 *; Panther Prints 1 *; 
9th Grade Representative 1*; Choir 1 *,2*,3,4; N.H.S. 3,4; Costume Committee 2*; *Other H.S. 
PALMERI, JOYCE 12 Old Billerica Road — Prom Committee 3,4; Missile Staff 4; Gymnastics 1,2 
PANDISCIO, ANTHONY 16 Glennridge Drive — Football 1,2,3,4; Tennis 1,2,3,4 

PEPPER, DEBBIE 17 Reeves Road — President 1,2; Ensembles 1,2; Choir 3,4; Drama 1,2,3,4; Best Bet 3; Activities 
Committee 3,4; Prom Committee 4 

PHILBRICK, RUSS — Madrigal 4; Cross-Country 3,4; Moth League 2,3,4; N.H.S. 3,4; Musical 4; Track 4 
PORTER, BONNIE 80 Corisle Rood — Soccer 2,3,4; Missile 4; Ensemble 1,2,3 

POWDERLY, LAURA — Field Hockey 1,2; Hockey Cheerleading 1,2,3,4; Soccer Cheerleading 3,4, Co-Captain 4 
RATNEY, MIKE 167 Old Billerica Road — Tele-Media 1; Yearbook Photography 3 
RAY, MICHELLE 17 Patterson Road 
READER, DOUG 12 The Great Road 

RECORDS, TERRY — J.V. Softball 1; Varsity Softball 2; Quill and Scroll 3; Yearbook Staff 3; Jr. Honor Society 2; 

Class Council 1,2; Freshman Class Senator; Who's Who Among American High School Students 

RILEY, MICHAEL 22 Glen ridge Drive — Cross-Country 2,3,4; Winter Track 2,4; Spring Track 2,4; Prom Committee 

2,3,4; Activities Committee 3,4; German Club 3,4; T.A.R.S. 1; Tele-Media 1; Yearbook Staff 4 

RINGLE, JEAN 1 10 Hartwell Road — French Club 2,3; Literary Magazine 2,3,4 

RIZZARI, LISA 13 Bonnievale Drive — Field Hockey 1,2 

ROBERTS, LYNNE A. 10 Dunster Rood — Hockey Cheerleading 2,3,4; Soccer Cheerleading 3,4, Captain 4; Tennis 

2,3; Ensemble 1; Mixed Ensemble; Ski Club 1,2; Activities Committee 3,4; Prom Committee 3,4 

ROBINSON, CLARK 23 Patterson Rood — Basketball 1,2; Cross Country 3; Captain 4; Winter Track 3,4; Spring 

Track 4; Madrigal 4; Legislative Committee 4; Editor School Newspopjer 3; N.H.S. 3, President 4 

ROBINSON, DIANE 44 Hoyden Lone 

RUSSO JR., AUGIE 16 Fern Way — Jr. Prom Committee 3; Senior Activities Chairman 4; Musical Stage Crew 1,2 

SALZER, STUART R. 3 Hilda Road — Math League 1 ,2,3,4; Chess Club 1 ; Science Club 3,4; J.S.R. 3,4; Parallax 4; 
German Club 4; Outing Club 4 

SCHOURENS, JULIE E. 1 Glenridge Drive — Ensemble 1,2,3,4; Ski Club 1 
SHAMON, DOUG — Football 1,2,3,4; Hockey 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1,2,3,4 

SIEGAL, DINA 16 Reeves Road — Hockey Cheerleading 2; Spring Track 1,2; Assistant Editor-in-Chief Missile 4 
SIZOO, MICHAEL ANTHONY 10 Birchwood Drive — Concert Band 1,2; Wind Ensemble 3,4; Orchestra 4; 
Marching Band 1,2,3,4; Pep Band 4; N.H.S. 3; Treasurer N.H.S. 4; Moth League 2,3; Editor School Newspaper 3; 
Recreation Dept. Work 1,2,3 

SMYSER, ROBYN 4 Pond Circle — Varsity Tennis 1,2,3,4; Varsity Soccer 3,4; J.V. Basketball 2; Spanish Club 3,4; 
A.F.S. 4 

STELLA, BARBARA 20 Washington Street — Missile Staff 3,4; Make-up, Props and Publicity Crew Spring and Fall 
Play 1,2; Pep Club 2; Activities Committee 3,4; Prom Committee 3,4; Student Advisory Committee 3; Soccer 3; 
Winter and Spring Track 3; Majorette 4; Ensemble 4 



STELLING, SHARON — Drama Club 1; Activitiy Committee 1 

STIDWORTHY, ROBIN 38 Hillside Avenue — Concert Bond 1 ; Marching Band 1 ,2,3,4; Wind Ensemble 2,3,4; Choir 
1,2,3,4; Double Sextette 3,4; Orchestra 2,3,4; Prom Committee 3; Citizenship Committee 4; N.H.S. 3,4 
STOGDILL, ERIC — Art Activities Committee; Musical 1,2 

SULLIVAN, ANN R. 5 Princess Pine Drive — Swimming 1,2,3,4; Softball 2; Activities Committee 3,4; Prom 
Committee 3,4; Homecoming 4 
SULLIVAN, MARTHA 46 Hoyden Lane 

SUTHERLAND, ROBERT — Wind Ensemble 1 ,2,3,4; Marching Bond 1 ,2,3,4; Orchestra 1 ,2; Choir 3,4; Madrigal 4; 
Musical Comedy 3,4; Telemedia 3,4; Jazz Ensemble 1,2,3,4; Pep Band 2,3,4 

SWANSON, CLAIRE 614 Springs Road — Track 1,2; Cross Country 1; Soccer-Hockey Cheerleading 1,2; Senior 
Prom Committee 4 

TAKAGI, KIMIKO 12 Sheridan Road — Tennis 1,2; A.F.S. 4 
TORGERSON, JAMIE 44 Wildwood Drive — N.H.S. 3,4 

TRELEGAN, KIM 1 Porker Road — Football and Basketball Cheerleading 1 ,2,3, Captain 4; Gymnastics 1 ,2, Team 
3,4; Citizenship Committee 2,3,4; Senior Prom Committee; Activities Committee 3,4 
TURNER, BRYN 17 Nellis Terrace — Tennis 3; Ski Team 4; Rifle 4 

WARD, KENNETH C. — Soccer 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Track 1,2,3,4; Missile Staff 3,4 
WEBSTER, ROY — Ski Team 1,2,3,4; Marine Physical Fitness 3,4 
WELSH, LAURI — Swim Team 1,2; Captain 4; Track 1; Missile Staff 2,3 
WILGA, MARC 14 Elmbrook Circle — Rifle 1,2,3,4; Track 2,3,4 
WILSON, LISA 272 South Road — Track 1; Ski Club 1,2,3,4 

YANOSICK, RICHARD 23 Hortwell Road — Basketball 1,2,3,4; Football 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1 
YATSKO, CAROLYN 1 Wagon Wheel Drive — Notional Honor Society 3,4 





A.F.S. STUDENT 
FERNANDO BASTOS 




The American Field Service is an organization that of- 
fers the opportunity to join another culture for a com- 
plete year. It also offers one a chance to observe a 
different educational, political, and social system. 

One of the best parts of my experience has been learn- 
ing how to live with and to love a new family. 

I would like to thank the entire faculty of Bedford High 
School. I would also like to thank all my friends and the 
people that have mode this year possible and so very 
enjoyable to me. 



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VALEDICTORIAN 
MICHAEL SIZOO 





For many years, I hove dreamed of being my class valedic- 
torian. It is needless to say that I am now extremely honored 
to receive this award, but in pursuit of it I have not been 
blinded by my ambition; perhaps instead, I have acquired 
some new insights into life itself. 

Just how important is the leaf growing at the tip of an oak 
tree branch? The other leaves on that branch are just as 
vital for the tree's nourishment. Equally as vital are the 
leaves on the other branches above or below. Even if the 
various leaves might reach out in different directions, are 
not those that seek the morning sun just as important as 
those that seek the afternoon sun? 

In whichever directions we may grow in the coming years, 
we must remember that true success cannot be measured 
by the accumulation of wealth or fame; it cannot even be 
fairly judged by the views and principles of other people. 
True success can be measured only by one's own heart and 
by one's personal satisfaction. In order to achieve such suc- 
cess, we must first find a meaning and a purpose for our 
lives. The number of different branches on that oak tree is 
almost infinite; the shape of the growing tree is constantly 
changing, and often totally new branches are formed as the 
tree reaches for new heights. 

However, once each of us has found his or her individual 
direction, it is not enough just to dream. With a strong de- 
termination we should strive toward our goals whether they 
ore realistic or idealistic. The importance does not lie so 
much in obtaining the objective; instead, it lies in putting 
forth the best effort. In doing so, we will develop ourselves 
to our fullest extent and we will meet with true success. If 
each leaf on every branch grows in this manner, the tree will 
flourish. 

I would like to wish to all of you, especially to the class of 
1979, the best of luck in the coming years, and I sincerely 
believe that all of us can find true success in our own way. 





NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY 





Front row: Anrte Moeller, 
Carolyn Yotsko, Doryl Ansel, 
Donna Conway, Robin 
Stidworthy, Moureen Delony, 
Kim Ginder, Carol Monoco, 
Second row: Donna Kinney, 
Noncy Hennrikus, Corol Leary, 
Emily Abroms, Ruth Buckley, 
Carolyn Hulbert, Chris Cobo, 
Kelly Richter, Angelo Luter, 
Third row: Chuck Ennis, Dole 
KutyrK), Dovid Gounft, Sheilo 
Pogelkopf, Jamie Torgeson, Mork 
Ayosse, Clork Robinson; Bock 
row: George Economou, Stephen 
Hoksch, Steve Nolan, Mike Si2oc, 
Steve Zolnay 





Consistently Coiffured Forwardly Flirtatious 

Ricky Bell and Sheila Pagelkopf Jeff Hoyland and Julie Schoorens 



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Totally Talented 
Chuck Ennis and Nancy Hennrikus 



Invincible Intellects 
Anne Moeller and Mike Sizoo 




Melodiously Musical 
Danielle Busch and Rob Sutherland 



Artfully Atired 
Lesie O'Connor and Chris Page 



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JUNIOR 
PROM 





Front Row: Queen: Sheila Pogekopf; King: John Ferri, Row Z Dentse Kenney, Oonno Kinney, Danielle Busch, Bock 
Row: Pout McEochem, Robb« Holmes, Jeff Hoylond. 



Nights in white satin 
Never reoching the end 
Letters I've written 
Never meaning to serxj 

Beauty I've always missed 
With these eyes before 
Just what the truth is 
I can't say anymore 

Gazing at people 

Some hand in harxj 

Just what I'm going through 

They can't understorxj 

Some try to tell me 
Thoughts they cannot defend 
Just what you want to be 
You will in the end 

Nights in white satin 
Never reaching the erxi 
Letters I've written 
Never meaning to serxi 




INTERNATIONAL WEEK 





"Check out those legs!" 

International Week consisted of many good 
th ings, besides getting out of class. There 
was dancing, food, fun, and of course, Mr. 
Kelly's toga. (We didn't know he hod such 
great legs!) Seriously though. International 
Week was a great opportunity for all of us to 
get a taste of foreign dancing, culture, and 
food (no pun intended). 




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Beast of Burden Homework 

Just What I Needed Another Cut Note 

It's a Laugh fe," • ' '^Hi ' • • " • School 

Bat Out Of Hell .pp^l^)p^ ■ ||. . ■ -I. 2:00 

Running on Empty ^ The Track Team 

5.7.0.5 Locker Combo. 

Feel Like A Number Algebra Class 

Double Vision Saturday Nights 

All Revved Up And No Place To Go ... Bedford Weekends 

Macho Men Football Team 

The Stranger Your Guidance Counselor 

Wasted Time Your Senior Year 

Don't Want To Live Without It Dentention 

A Wild And Crazy Guy Mr. Duggan 

Ready To Take A Chance Again S.A.T.'s 

Don't Throw It All Away The School Lunch 

Don't Look feack Graduation Day 

Hopelessly Devoted To You B.H.S. Faculty 




JUNIORS 



CLASS OFFICERS 
PAM YATSKO — TREASURER 
TOM MULLIGAN — VICE PRESIDENT 
SUSAN MEAD — PRESIDENT 
CAROL KEENE — SECRETARY 




Front row: Kcthy Brandou, Joanne Bortels, Therese Bellino, Gole Aldorlsio, Michelle Benoit; Second row: Nino Bohrod, Julie Ahem, 
Kristen Bloisdell, Tracy Aucoin, Neil Bartels, Cindy Auld; Third row: Nancy Bloke, Jane Bilofer, Cheryl Blodgett Bock row: Mike 
Davidson, Donald Birch, Jeffrey Botes, Austin Beoulieu. 



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Front row: Carole Deloney, 
Laurel Davidson, Donna 
Couto, Jo- Ellen Damery; 
Middle row: Reed Derleth, 
Gary Conners, Diane Damon, 
Stephen Davidson, John 
Deranlan; Bock row: Darren 
Colonero, John Conway, 
Michael Davidson, Diane 
Cushman, Brian Doherty, Kim 
Dixon, Debbie Collins. 




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Front row: Glenn Ellis, Terry Feole, Regina Festin, Tracey Filleul; AAiddle row: Don Fennell, Celine Dooley, Lisa Forrell, 
Suzanne Eldridge; Bock row: Peter Donovan, Jean Ennis, Shirley Ewart, Deidra Fenfon, Natolie Eppeneher. 




Front row: Liz Geran, Lawrence Freni, Liz l:,:, Middle row: Ken French, Jane Foerst, Mary Flores, Peter Goldman; Bock 
row: William Gural, David Gerber, Gordon Guay, David Grieb. 



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Front row: Thomas Hansis, Ellen Hayes, Beth Hopkins, Stacy Horning; Middle row: Jo 
Ann Hettinger, Karen Holland, Amy Hamilton, Lynn Hagerty, Eriko, Hironako; Back 
row: Steven Hoksch, Christopher Holligon, Michael Harrison, David Hawkins, Kevin 
Hartwell, Richard Heinrich. 





Front row: Anne Hutzenbiler, Koren Jacobsen, 
Carolyn Kinny, Michelle Levesque; Middle row: Joanne 
Hulbert, Susan Kilpatrick, Robin Joss, Debbie Kaplan, 
Elizabeth Jackson; Back row: Steve Janek, Dean Jeas, 
Bucky Huenfeld, Wayne Johnson, Ken Johnson, 

Michael Lehon, 



Front row: Julie McMurtrie, Beth MocDougoll, Mary- Jo 
McManus, Mary McGarry, Marie Lyons; Middle row: Tom 
Long, Karen McCorthy, Beth Lipson, Robin McKenzie, 
Donna Masse; Back row: Sean McAuliffe, Scott Litchfield, 
Leif Lustig, Molcom Martin, Bob Massa, Mark Little. 



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Front row: Lori Mietzner, Janice Molloy, Ellen Mizzoni, 
Joanne Nazzoro, Susan Mead; Middle row: Sara Miller, 
Stephanie Moll, Michael Michaud, Daniel Morgan, Jim 
Morris, Clifton Moore; Back row: Steve Morris, Keith 
Motfett, Ferenc Nogy, Matt Stuart, David Morris, Michoel 
Miller. 



Front row: Lisa Poor, Fronces Ricker, Leigh Anne 
Rogers, Brenda Pyles, Robert Prescott; Middle row: 
Sherm Robinson, Hal Runyon, Noomi Sachs, Sandy 
Schiff, Bill McMohon; Back row: Jeff Santosuosso, 
Paul Scheyder, Kris Pruyn, Tom Richardson, Brod 
Richards, Drew Poore. 





Front row: Ann Shields, Laurie Scullin, 
Kothy Sparl<.s, Liso Shea; Middle row; 
Joanna Rosato, Pat Stevens, Mario 
Speidel, Kate Selby; Back row: John 
Spadaro, Bill Stenson, David Steele, John 
Stefanelli, Paul Siekmon. 



Front row: Amy Webster, Chris 
Sutherland, Cheryl Wilson, Liz Whitney; 
Middle row: Joan Sullivan, Pam Yatsko, 
Carolyn Zompese, Clare Towie, Amanda 
Wheeler; Back row: Phil Wilkins, Joe 
Weaver, Reed Woodworth, Steve Zolnay, 
Dana Woshbum, George Wheeler. 




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Front row: Debbie Bailey, Mory 
Bruha, Jo Anne Barry, Karen 
Carroll, Andrea Ardito, Pam 
Brown; Middle row: Ken Bundy, 
Dan Burns, Rob Boone, Todd 
Campbell, Lori Burns, Ingrid 
Buntschuh, Sarah Brady; Back 
row: Mark Olmstead, Jeff Bryant, 
Joey Bumboca, Bob Bradford, 
Peter Brooks, Bill Bruno, 
Nicholas Bonesteel. 



Front row: Lee Castro, 
Laureen Cavanagh, Kathy 
Chambers, Carol Comley; 
Middle row: Doug Corey, 
Wayne Chiliton, Carolyn 
Caruso, Kelly Colliton, 
Katherine Carruth; Back 
row: Jeff Cheatham, Jeff 
Collier, Scott Ciampa, Bill 
Carter, Peter Colonero. 





Front row: Mariann 
Croke, Patty DeMottio, 
Mario DiTore, Cindy 
Devine; Middle row: 
Stephen DeVellis, Janet 
Cornwell, Susan Curry, 
Renee Dobkowski, Betsy 
Cowan, Mark DeLellis; 
Back row: Richard 
Davidson, Mark Costa, 
Russ D'Auria, Joe Devine, 
Glen Cullen, Paul 
D'Entremont. 



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Front row: Neilc Hingorani, 
Tonya Kneelond, Potti Jouss, 
Moria Keon, Kathleen Kennedy; 
Middle row: Kathy Gauntlett, 
Kathy Hennrikus, Diane 
Jonuskis, Diana Jones, Laurie 
L'Heureux, Karen Killam, Andy 
Hobgood; Back row: Scott 
Jones, Peter Joss, Joe Keohone, 
Nora Kelly, Linda Humphrey, 
Donna Hunter, Keith Kirkland. 



Front row: Heather Lone, 
Emily Lavine, Lori Latino, 
Melissa Lustig, Debbie 
Lynch; Middle row: Diana 
Lund, Lisa Lyons, Debbie 
Manning, Sue Logcher, 
Leigh Ann Ledbetter; Bock 
row: Tom Lynch, Eric 
Lundquist, Vince Lopez. 



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Front row: Jim Mercuric, Dorlene 
Clork, Lisa MocNeii, Joan 
McNomara; Middle row: Peter 
Meyers, Jeff Millett, Mike 
McLoughlin, Charles 
McGonogle, Susan Marschall, 
John Mici, Christopher Mason, 
Lynmorie Meister; Back row: 
John Martin, Christine Miller, 
Danny Mead, Loretto McKie, 
David AAelville, John McKenzie, 
Tony Miller, James McMahon. 



Front row: Aileen O'Connor, 
Eileen Ford, Roni Neumann, 
Stacy Newman, Denito Murphy, 
Bonnie Nassr, Morcia Mulcahy, 
Cheryl Neal, Carol O'Neill; Back 
row: Thomas Perry, Diane 
Oppedisano, Sandy Olmstead, 
Eileen O'Connell, Donald 
Naugler, Rick Popalia, Vincent 
Orlando, Andy Nawoichik. 




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Front row: Sham Sundro, David Sizoo, Becky 
Stinson, Mary Stockdale, Lisa Smith; Middle 
row: Carol-Lee Spencer, Janet Sword, Linda 
Schoendorf, Jane Smith, Martha Sullivan, 
Linda Sinotte, Tricia Shea, Laura Stephenson, 
Stephen Steele; Back row: Harlow Pinson, 
Dona Svendsen, Geoffrey Spofford, Barry 
Serpa, Bob Stanley. 




Front row: Margaret Wolline, Michi 
Yukawa, Kathryn Toft, Mary Fajuchowske, 
Susan Willis, Elizabeth Wright, Debbie 
Taylor, Gina Wingood; Back row: Lisa 
Viola, Margaret Tynan, Douglas Webster, 
Eric Woodard, Ken Woodland, Eugene 
Vetrano, Neoi Ward. 



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FRESHMEN 




CLASS OFFICERS 

TREASURER — CRISTINE O'SHAUGHNESSY 
PRESIDENT — MARY KAY WIELER 
VICE-PRESIDENT — KATHRYN WHITNEY 
SECRETARY — GREG FRENCH 



Front row: Ray Boudreou, Ginger Buxton, Barbara 
Bush, Dan Bruno; Middle row: Renee Cordoza, Jim 
Castenoda, Kevin Bradshow, Bock row: Pau 
Cierpial, Tim Buckley, Tom Buckley, Chris Buckley 





Front row: Patty Bell, Bekoh Angus, 
Ken Bardon, Nathan Allen, Second 
row: Stephanie Antonuccio, 
Chorlenne Blond, Sue Bergin, Lesley 
Beon, Potty Anthony, Robin Bloke, 
Third row: Jill Aldorisio, Lynne 
Bloisdell, Mario Alessi, Jim Bloke, 
Linda Beck; Bock row: Dione Blair, 
Elizobeth Bonesteel, Pom Bocon, 
Rochel Alderink, Scott Alcoide, 
Gory AckerTTKjn, David Bluestein 




Front row: Brenda Compagna, Lindo Christen, Paul Brady; 
Second row: Judy Chase, Maureen Carruth, Rob Brennan; Third 
row: Linda Caristi, Leslie Burger; Back row: Terri Brown, Morcio 
Carpentier, Eric Bumann, Jimmy Carter, Louis Brown, Mott 
Cannistraro. 



Front row: Lisa Dowling; Second 
row: Natalie Dobkowski, Karen 
DeVellis; Third row: David Duff, 
Gregory Esses; Fourth row: Marie 
Dolan, Susan Donaldson; Bock 
row: Karen Economou, June 
Folabella. 







Front row: Brenda Cox, Jennifer Cobe, 
Angelica Colao, Jamie Collins; Middle row: 
Kathleen Colliton, Denise Conwoy, 
Kathleen Davidson, Lauree Dameron, 
Jackie Cormier, Allan Coady, Kendyl Donis, 
Michael Clyde; Back row: Morlene Conway, 
Deanna Collins, Heother Corcoran, Robin 
Comley, John DeLellis, Robert Couto, David 
Courtoglous, Ian Cone. 



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Front row: Michael Donahue, Gregory Evans; 
Second row: Kathleen Duggan, Cathy Duke, 
Rebecca Duda; Third row: Deborah Eaton, 
Jeff Etheridge, Gregory DeVivo, Randoll 
Eckhardt; Back row: Mark Ennis, Tim Earl, 
James Donovan, Robert Donahue, Richard 
Delfino. 



Front row: Richard Goggins, Karen Friedman; 
Second row: Lois Forrell, Noncy Fuschetti, 
Amy Foulds, Christo Flewelling; Third row: 
Valerie French, Frederick Foerst, Kathleen 
Fitzgerald, Carolyn Frimpter, Joseph Farmer; 

Fourth row: Michael Goquen, John Feehrer, 
Pat Genetti, Gregory French, John Goribctto; 
Bock row: David Fuller, Robert Fryer. 



Front row: Lisa Harrison, Debbie 
Hansen, Kathy Gural; Second row: 
Louise Guay,Debby Holland, Jill Hunt, 
Wendy Hodgkinson; Third row: Betsy 
Greene, Mike Griffin, Bob Hoyland, 
Kathy Hoksch, Glen Harrington; 
Fourth row: Scott Greenlee, Eileen 
Harrington, Ron Graham, Jodi Glonko, 
Kim Guillory; Bock row: Pat Gollo, 
9g Martin Guoy. 




Front row: Richard Merna, Liz McGonagle, Ken Molloy; Middle row: Jeidi 
Meitoner, Mike Montemagno, Nona Nagy; Bock row: Julie McGarry, Arthur 
McMonus, Donna Mead, Steve Murtagh. 




Front row: Caro Lumbordini, Terry MacNeil, Julie McCombe; Middle row: 
Ann Lunig, Melinda Lopez, Donna MacDougall; Back row: Laura Libby, Kris- 
til Lundquist, Terry McCarthy. 



Front row: Paul McKie, Ann Mudgett, Doug Miller; Middle row: Robert 
Morse, Scott Melvin, Ben Mendes, Francis McGovern; Bock row: Ed Mod- 
oono, Mike Mead, Rick Miaaoni, Liz McMuitrie. 




Front row: Erica Locher, Susan MocDonold, Jeonne Little; Middle row: Jim 
Martin, Bill Moczko, Peter Manning, Robbie Matthews; Back row: Dovid 
MacQuilken, Chris Motoon, Chris Long, Tony Lopez, Scort McCaffrey. 



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Front row: Linda Leong, Bethonne Lorson; Second row: Kris 
Lawton, Diane Klett, Kami Lambert, Sandi Lewis; Third row: 
Scott Lewis, Doug Kutyna, Raun Kupiec, Keith Johnson; Back 
row: Brian Legaise, Dove Kennedy, Dove L'Heureux, Dove 
Judd. 




Front row Richard Harrington, Philip Harris; Second row: Pot 
Lehan, Lindo Johnson, Karen Kenney; Third row: Robin 
Kleimon, Eloino Kenney, David Grabko; Bock row: John Isnor. 
John Larsen, Edmund Lone. 




Front row: Wendy Pike, Joanna Piro, Paula Patterson, Middle row: 
John Penny, Scott Pedersen, Jeff Niles; Bock row: David Pottle, Kim 
Polk, Matt Pagelkopf. 
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Front row: Amity Pulliam, Shelly Nossr, Christine O'Shaughnessy, Lindo O'Brien, Middle 
row: Charlie Nickerson, Grace O'Haro, Emily O'Hara, Jockie Nazzaro; Bock row: Suson 

Nawoichik, Arndrew Norris, Noncy Nowoichik. 




Front row: Jenny Riddle, Karen Rogers, Kothy Salinas; Middle row: Laurie Saisi, Bob Sainato, Larry Puzzo, Paul Richter; Back row: Sharon Reidy, 

Ken Russell, Morcia Saudblom; Back row: Debbie Eaton, Patty Lehan, Suzanne Debbie Odgen, Dave Robinson. 

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Front row: Elaine Nougler, Pam Knopf, Debbie Kaplan, Judy Moloney, Debbie Pepper; Middle row: Chuck Brunner, Maureen Delaney, 
Kate Selby, Kirsten Pedersen, Sandy Schiff, Kris Pruyn, Mr. Porrello; Bock row: Chuck Ennis, Chip Lovely, Tony Pandiscio, Mike Kahn, 
1 ' John Stefanelli. 

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"ONCE UPON 
A MATTRESS" 



Help! Fire alarm! The musical was interrupted by o fire 
alarm and the audience moved slowly out into the main 
lobby. It turned out to be a false alarm which was set off 
when one of the sets was accidentally bumped into the 
fire alarm box. The actors and actresses all resumed the 
play with a professional air. 




no 





THE JURY ROOM 



m. 



Spot the killer! Cost, clockwise from left: David Greene (Angry Man), Lizobeth McGonagle (Actress), 
Kathleen Ernst (2nd Old Lady), Angela Luter (Society Woman), Cheryl Nichols (Blonde), John \Aartin 
(Young Man), Chris Hansen (Foreman), Stephen Murtogh (Middle-Aged Man), Diana ben-Aoron 
(1st Old Lady), Morcy Apfjell (Brunette), Morcio Corpentier (Shy Girl), Myles McDonough (Man With 
Glasses). 




FALL PLAY 78 





"And please learn to spell, Miss Drake." 



STAFF AND CREW — Director — Mr. 
Case; Student Director — Debbie Pepper; 
Make-up — Mrs. Taylor (advisor), Laura 
Bryan (chief), Nancy Blake, Nina Bohrod, 
Sarah Brady, Judy Chase, Carolyn Frimp- 
ter. Sheila Hingorani, Kenneth Mayer, 
Benjy Mendes, Ann Mudgett; Costumes 
& Publicity — Diana ben-Aaron; Lighting 
— Steve DeVellis, Andy Nowoichik; Cur- 
tain & Prompting — Malcolm Martin; 
Sound — David Puzzo; Set — Benjy 
Mendes; Poster & Program Art — Chris 
Hansen. 




CHOIR 




Pianist David Gerber, Front row: Sharon Brown, Debbie Pepper, Melinda Lopez, Anne Lunig, Debbie Boiley, Renee Dobkowski, Tom Hooper, Fred Foerst, 
John DeLellis, Adam Sutton, Vincent Orlando, Dana Svendsen, Stephanie Moll, Kelly Dougherty, Sondy Hayes, Jone Foerst, Anne Hutzenbiler, Sherrill 
Burgess; Second row: Michelle Roy, Stephonie Colonero, Margaret Walline, Cheryl Draper, Carolyn Hulbert, Mork Ayosse, Robert Sutherlorvd, Woyne 
Johnson, Dan Greene, Kevin Dougherty, Poul Scheyder, Susan Bergin, Kathy Gurol, Mary Kay Wieler, Keren Killom, Rachel Alderink; Third row: Liso Shea, 
Therese Bellino, Debbie Manning, Carol Monaco, Sheila Hingorani, Mary Farrell, Chris Choote, Jeff Hoyland, Jon Coleman, Donold Nougler, Dwight 
Reader, Kathy Sparks, Sheri Nickerson, Michi Yukawa, Nancy Blake, Back row: Elizobeth Jackson, Debbie Clyde, Cathy Christen, Robin Stidworthy, Elaine 
Naugler, Danielle Busch, Joe Collins, Tom Richardson, Jeff Hand, Ferenc Nogy, Eppy Busch, Brian Milligon, Molcolm Martin. 





Pianist — Julie Feitman; Front row: Carolyn Kenney, Stacey Horning, Maureen Carruth, Donna Masse, Gregory Evans, Gregory Esses, Brian 
Kelly, Robert Brennan, Gail Boothroyd, Diane French, Karen Friedman, Sherrill Burgess, Julie Schoorens, Kate Selby; Second row: Linda 
Christen, Patricia Anthony, Robin Blake, Karen Kenney, Erica Logcher, Rebecca Alderink, Paul Caruso, Geoffrey Spofford, Philip Wachsler, Tina 
Nichols, Stacey Newman, Leigh Ann Rogers, Julie Ackermon, Kathy Sparks, Diana Lund; Third row: Elizabeth Whitney, Diana Blair, Katherine 
Hoksch, Linda Blomstedt, Betsy Cowan, Kathy Duke, Eileen O'Connell, Sharon Reidy, Cheryl Linsenman, Susan Damery, Christine Sutherland, i 
Laura Leong, Barbara Stella; Fourth row: Jo-Ellen Damery, Cynthia Ellis, Donna O'Conner, Ann Whitaker, Susan Curry, Judy Chase, Linda 
Caristi, Debra Eoton, Carolyn Frimpter, Marcia Carpentier, Brenda Compagna, Clare Towie, Michelle Levesque, Cheryl Neal, Sandra Olmstead, 
Susan Mead; Back row: Elizabeth Jackson, Elizaljeth Bonesteel, Lisa Shea, Lorraine Miller, Christiane Colao, Yvonne Busa, Sheila Pagelkopf, 
Carol Monaco, Donna Hunter, Laureen Cavanaugh, Mary Sutherland, Becka Sears, Marie Dolan, Allison Horning. 




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Pionist — JeH Gage; Front row: Mrs. 
Lotham, Theresa Bel lino, Susan Hunt, 
Danielle Busch, Eloine Naugler, 
Robert Sutherlond, Gory Ackerrrxan, 
Wayne Johnson, Paul Scheyder, Kevin 
Dougherty, Ruth Buckley, Stephanie 
AAoll, Mono Nagy, Sarah Swider; Bock 
row: Heather Corcoran, Stephanie 
Colonero, Laura Bryon, Chris Choote, 
Clark Robinson, Keith Evons, Russ 
Phi lb rick, Kenneth Mayer, Ferenc 
Nagy, Kelly Dougerty, Sandy Hayes, 
Leslie O'Connor, Donna Kinney. 



DOUBLE SEXTET 





Conductor — Mrs. 
Nolan, Danielle Busch, 
Elaine Naugler, Robin 
Stidworthy, Sheila 
Hingoroni, Stephanie 
Colonero, Sharon 
Brown, Margaret 
Walline, Cathy 
Christen, Karen Kilkam, 
Kothy Gural, Stephanie 
Moll, Kelly Dougherty, 
Michi Yukawa. 



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Piccolo — 
Kothy Gural 
Diana Lund 
Flute — 

Andrea McClatchey 
Stephanie Colonero 
Lori Latino 
Marie Speidel 
Jean Pi I la 
Diana ben-Aaron 
Neile Diehard 
Bethone Lorsen 
Teresa McCarthy 
Karen Killom 
Deborah Hansen 
Karen McCarthy 
Linda Christen 
Jana Egon 
Anne Lunig 



Jo-Ellen Damery 
Oboe — 
Pamela Bacon 
Clarinet — 
Vincent Orlando 
Lisa Viola 
Eric Lundquist 
Janet Sword 
Anne Marie Papalia 
Heidi Mietzner 
Martha Maskalenko 
David Puzzo 
Rebecca Sears 
Lisa Pike 
Eileen Ford 
Brendo Cox 
Wendy Pike 
Nicola Trusty 
Kendyl Davis 



Fred Foerst 
Jill Smith 
Boss Clarinet — 
Linda Blomstedt 
Saxophone — 
Amy Webster 
William Bruno 
Paul Weinschenk 
Michael Montemagno 
Andrew Poo re 
Bassoon — 
Marilyn Young 
Trumpet — 
Paul Cierpial 
Richard Papalia 
Jonathan Leary 
William Whiting 
Robert Morse 
David Sizoo 



Eillism McMahan 
Laurence Puzzo 
Douglas Auld 
Robert Brennan 
Richard Davidson 
Scott Litchfield 
John Concannon 
John Spadaro 
David Melville 
Horn — 
Dana Svendsen 
Trombone — 
Matt Pagelkopf 
Brian Gauntt 
Harlow Pinson 
Baritone — 
Richard Heinrich 
Brian Milligan 
David Judd 



Christopher Long 
David Duff 
Carolyn Frimpter 
Tuba — 
Todd Campbell 
Debbie Roffa 
Percussion — 
Katie Kennedy 
Glenn Ellis 
Gary Ackermon 
John Pigeon 
Liza Smith 
Gregory Agonis 
Michael Goguen 
William Maczko 
Doniel Bruno 
Michael Clyde 
Ion Cone 
Richard Delfino 






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ENSEMBLE 



Flute — 

Sandra Schiff (piccolo) 
Linda Schoendorf 
Carolyn Caruso 
Michi Yukawa 
Oboe — 

Robin Stidworthy 
Cynthia Ellis 
Eb Clarinet — 
Gale Aldorisio 
Bb Clarinet — 
Jackie Schoendorf 
Debbie Kaptan 
John Feehrer 
Sham Sundra 
Lois Nordby 
Robert Stanley 
Louis Brown 
Susan Bergin 
Bass Clarinet — 
Sandy Draper 
Contra Bass Clarinet — 
Daniel Morgan 
Bassoon — 
Marilyn Young 
Mary Latino 
Saxophones — 
Glenn Cullen 
Douglas Gurley 
Mark Cierpiol 



Jeffrey HorKd 
Trumpet — 
Jan Hollenbeck 
Simon Gardner 
Charles Brunner 
Michael Sizoo 
David Paradise 
Jonathan Leary 
Glenn Cullen 
Horn — 
John Deranion 
Paul McEachern 
William MacLeod 
Margaret Walline 
Trombone — 
Thomas Richard 
Harlow Pinson 
Scott Pedersen 
Baritone — 
Paul McKenna 
William Whiting 
Tuba — 
David Folweiller 
Percussion — 
Robert Sutherland 
John Chase 
Mark deLellis 
Wayne Johnson 
Thomas Hooper 
Daryl Ansel 




ORCHESTRA 




PEP BAND 




Violin I 
*Mory Latino 
Horlow Pinson 
David Gountt 
Kofherine Selby 
Julie Molchow 
Violin II 
Keith Evans 
Kofherine Coraifh 
Richord Proulx 
Michoel McEochern 
Kristino Zimmermon 
Violo 

Soroh S wider 
Cellos 

Brion Gountt 
Pomelo Brown 
Piccolo 
Sandra Schiff 



Flutes 

Linda Schoendorf 
Corolyn Coruso 
Michi Yukowo 
Oboes 

Robin Stidworfhy 
Cynthio Ellis 
Clorinets 

Jacqueling Schoendorf 
Debbie Koplon 
Gole Aldorisio 
John Feehrer 
Bass Clarinet 
Sondro Droper 
Bassoon 
Marilyn Young 
Horns 

John Deronian 
Paul McEochem 



Williom MacLeod 

Morgoret Wailine 

Trumijets 

Jon HoMenbeck 

Simon Gardner 

Jon Leary 

Michael Sizoo 

Trombones 

Thomas Richardson 

Scott Pedersen 

Tuba 

Paul McKenrKj 
Percussion 
John Chose 
Mark DeLellis 
Daryl Ansell 
Tenor Sax 
Mark Cierpial 
*Concertmistress 





Tom Richordson 
Jon HoMenbeck 
Jon Leory 
Simon Gardner 
John Chose 
Rob Sutherlond 
Woyne Johnson 
Glen Cullen 
Chuck Brunner 



Debbie Kaplon 
Goil Aldorisio 
Amy Webster 
Drew Poo re 
Doug Gurley 
Jeff Hand 
Harlow Rnson 
Bob Stanley 
Paul McKenno 




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Front row: Karen 
McCorthy, Ruth 
Buckley, Mike 
Hettinger, Sheila 
Pagelkopf, Stuart 
Solzer; Second row: 
Stephanie Moll, 
Soumen Nandy, Anne 
Hutzenbiler, Cathy 
Sparks, Joanne 
Bortels, Sue Mead, 
Bock row: Chuck 
Brunner, Paul Caruso, 
Eric Thoreson. 





Front row: June Fallabella, Becky Alderink, Linda Schoendorf, Janice 
Molloy, Laurel Davidson, Debbie Raffo, Neila Hingoroni, Suzanne 
Logcher; Second row: Emily O'Horo, Diana Lund, Julie Ackermon, 
Marcy Appell, Lisa Poor, Fernando Bostos, Melissa Lustig, Sandy 
Draper, Sharon Brown, Julie McCombe, Amee St, Clair, Kris Lawton, 
Debbie Hansen; Third row: Debbie Holland, Michi Yukawa, Elizabeth 
Wright, Ellen Hayes, Renee Debkowski, Diane Klett; Fourth row: 
Louise Guay, Mary Flores, Sheila Hingoroni, Nino Bohrod, Cynthia 
Ellis, Stocey Horning, Robin Smyser, Margaret Wolline, Ann Mudgett, 
Carolyn Frimpter, Natalie Dobkowski, Diona ben-Aaron, Amity F\jl- 
liam, Audrey Gollo, Soumen Nandy; Bock row: Stephen Murtough, 
Andy Nawoicik, Stephen Devellis, Benjy Meonaes, Phillip Wochsler, 
Alison Horning, Morcio Corpentier. 



A. 
F. 
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CITIZENSHIP 
COMMITTEE 



Front row: Nino Bohrod, Robin Stidworthy, Anne 
Moeller, Marie Lyons, Jean Ennis; Back row: Steven 
Tompkins, David Ellis, Stephen Devellis, Kevin 
Dougherty, Danielle Busch. 



GERMAN CLUB 



Front row: Vincent Orlando, Allan Coady, Jim Martin, 
Julie Feltman, Robert Brennan; Second row: Soumen 
Nandy, Erica Ellingson, Margaret Walline, Stacey 
Horning, Alison Horning; Back row: David Sizoo, 
Sarah Swider, Stuart Salzer, Karen Killam, Francis 
McGovern, Martin Heggestad. 





SCIENCE CLUB 



Front row: Soumen Nandy, Alison Horning; 
Second row: Peter Donovan, Stuart Salzer, 
Stacey Horning, Sarah Swider, Margrett Walline; 
Back row: Sean McAuliffe, Jeff Santosuosso, 
Erica Ellingson, David Paradise, Karen Killam. 




LEGISLATIVE COMMITTEE 




A 



N 
E 



Front row: Soumen Nandy, Stacey Horning, Sarah 
Swider; Back row: David Parodise, Stuart Salzer, David 
Greene. 



Front row: Miss Gates, Mrs. Cervo, Clark Robinson, Kim Ginder; Bock row: Mr. Lewis, 
Peter Russo, Barbro Donaldson, Linda Dudo, AAoria Ditore, Diana ben-Aaron. 




DRAMA 



Front row: Soumen Nandy, Lisa 
Poor, Morcy Appell, Diono 
ben-Aaron; Second row: Stocey 
Homing, Poul Coruso, Michael 
Hettinger, Morgoret Walline, Karen 
Killom, Third row: Sharon Brown, 
David Greene, Morcia Corpentier, 
Sheila Hingoroni, Nino Bohrod, 
Elizabeth McGronagle; Back row: 
Stephen Murtogh, Carolyn 
Frimpter, Stephen Devellis, Benjy 
Mendes, Ann Mudgett. 



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STUDENT 

ADVISORY 

COUNCIL 

Jeff Lipson, Paul Caruso, Kim Ginder, David Ellis. 



SCHOOL 
NEWSPAPER 



Front row: Philip Wachsler, Renee 
Dobkowski, Jay White, Michael Hettinger, 
Julie McCombe, Kevin Polk; Back row: Kris 
Lawton, Kothy Collins, Lisa Viola, Andrew 
Nawoicik, Natalie Dobkowski, Stuart 
Salzer, David Ellis. 




SCHOOL 
COURT 



Ann Theophile, Cynthio Ellis, Stephonie Moll, 
Barbara Donaldson. 



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OUTING CLUB 




Front row: Stuart Solzer, Stacy Horning, David Parodise, Bock row: Stephen Mur- 
togh, Benjy Mendes, Steve Devellis, Eric Thoresen, Andy Nowoicik, Stuart Blair. 



SKI CLUB 




Front row: Raino Eckhordt, Olso Elggvist, Kathleen Ernst, Liso Viola, Joanne Hettinger, Susan Bergin, Middle row: Anne Marie Popalio, 
Sandy Draper, Michael Hettinger, Bryn Turner, Renee DobkowskI, Mary Beth Puffer, Evon Davidson; Back row: Robert Schoorens, Randy 
Eckhordt, Greg Agonis, Kris Pruyn, Bill Wieler, Steve Schoorens, Soro Brady, Karen Friedman. 



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AUDIO VISUAL 




Front row: Malcolm Mortin, Nick Biery, Jay Jaillet, Dovid Greene; Back row: Dovid Poradise, Jay 
Cushmon, Bob Boone, Vincent Orlando. 



MATH LEAGUE 




l-ront row: Soumen Nandy, Julie Feltman, Mortin Heggestod; Middle row: Jeff Santosuosso, Sean 
McAuliffe, Stacey Horning, David Paradise, Ruth Buckley; Back row: David Gaunt, Peter Dono- 
van, Stuart Salzer, Bill Bruno, David Gerber. 



QUEBEC TRIP 




Front row: Carolyn Kenney, Michelle Levesque, Morilyn Young, Martha Ricker, Monique Faucher, Katie Corruth, Melissa Lustig; 
Middle row: Sharon Brown, Sham Sundro, Russ Philbrick, Roina Eckhardt, Becky Stinson, Cynthia Ellis, Nina Bohrod, Sheila Hingoroni, 
Heather Lane; Back row: Mrs. Cervo, Jimmy Mercurio, Glen Cullen, Elizabeth Wright, Ricky Proulx, Paulo Salter, Carolyn Caruso, 
Margaret Tynan, Eileen O'Connell, Mary Stockdale, Mr. Kelly. 




Rifle Team Rifle Team Rifle Team Rifle Team Rifle Team Rifle Team Rifle Team Rifle Team R 
Gymanastics Gymnastics Gymnastics Gymnastics Gymnastics Gymnastics Gymnastic GymnI 



Football Football Football Football Football Football Football Football Football Football Foott 
Soccer Soccer Soccer Soccer Soccer Soccer Soccer Soccer Soccer Soccer Soccer Soccer ^ 
Softball Softball Softball Softball Softball Softball Softball Softball Softball Softball Softball Sc 
Baseball Baseball Baseball Baseball Baseball Baseball Baseball Baseball Baseball Baseball 
Field Hockey Field Hockey Field Hockey Field Hockey Field Hockey Field Hockey Field Hoc 
Ski Team Ski Team Ski Team Ski Team Ski Team Ski Team Ski Team Ski Team Ski Team Ski 
Track Track Track Track Track Track Track Track Track Track Track Track Track Track Track 
Cheerleaders Cheerleaders Cheerleaders Cheerleaders Cheerleaders Cheerleaders Cheerier 
Hockey Hockey Hockey Hockey Hockey Hockey Hockey Hockey Hockey Hockey Hockey Hoc 
Swim Team Swim Team Swim Team Swim Team Swim Team Swim Team Swim Team Swim Te 

Golf Team Golf Team Golf Team Golf Team Golf Team Golf Team Golf Team Golf Team Golf Tea 
Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis Tennis T 
Lacrosse Lacrosse Lacrosse Lacrosse Lacrosse Lacrosse Lacrosse Lacrosse Lacrosse Lacro 
Basketball Basketball Basketball Basketball Basketball Basketball Basketball Basketball Bas 



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"THE BUGS" 

Front row: Mike Gennetti, George Linehon; Second row: John Muligon, Doug Shamon, Randy Tony, Tony Pondiscio, Doug Hoynes, Jeff 
Hoylond, Rich Yonosick, Fred McLaughlin, Dub Ace, Paul Barbieri, Fred Kelly, Billy Bench, Eric Hollond, Chuck Ennis, Brian Doucefte, 
Bob Cossette, Bob Brady; Third row: Tom Richordson, Bill Stinson, Tom Mulligon, Scott Penny, Hal Runyon, Dave Hawkins, Lorry Freni, 
Billy Gural, Monte Guise, Austin Beaulieu, Phil Sorniki; Fourth row: Robert Mosso, Danny Oram, Mike McLaughlin, Joe Weaver, Gene 
Vetromo, Monte Rodenbush, Robbie Emerson, Kevin Hortwell, John Leory; Fifth row: Jeff Hand, Scott Litchfield, Paul Fortell, David 
Morono, Doug Porks, Tom Mead, Mike English, Paul Siekmon; Bock row: Andy Bloke, Kyle Hanson, Peter Brooks, Scott Ciompo, Bob 
Kilpatrick, Russ D'Aurio, Eric Lundquist, Mark Little. 




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Most T.D's — Mikey Best Arm — T. Mulligan & Geo Smallest 

— Tumbleweeds . . . .Fastest — Geo & J. Mulligan Most Durable — 

Shamon . . . Best Coach — Sabourin . . . Best Assistant Coach — Petri llo 

Best Team Ever — 78-79 Bucaneers Most Sacks — Brady 

.... Most Durable — Shamon . . . Most Hits — Yanosick . . . First to 
Practice — Doucette .... Last to Practice — Barbo . . . Dirtiest — Brady 
.... Prettiest — H. Runyan .... Best Nicknames — Grease, Foot, Uno, 

Cornelius, Pumpkin and Killer Best Voice — J. Mulligan .... Loved 

Monday Sprints the Most — P. Sarnaki . . . 



VARSITY 


FOOTBALL 






Bedford 


Opp. 


Hudson 


14 





Moynord 


8 





Lincoln-Sudbury 


28 


6 


Acton- Boxboro 


28 





Wcylond 


30 


20 


Newton-South 


26 


6 


Weston 


34 


26 


Fitchurg 


20 


21 


Morshfield 


20 


10 


Concord 





18 




8 wins, 


2 losses 




FRESHMAN FOOTBALL — Front row: J.R. McMonus, Ricky Wood, Jim Donovan, Dove Toteosion, Bill 
Evans, Tim Earl, Mike Donahue, Ray Boudreau, Ken Russell, Eric Buman, John Garabotto; Middle row: 
John Hawkins, Tim Rigerio, Rich Vorano, Rob Hoylond, Mike Montemagno, Bob Donahue, Greg 
Oganis, Bob Fryer, Ron Grohom, Don Bruno, John Isnor; Bock row: Jeff O'Rourke, David Walsh, Derek 
Hill, John Feehrer, Fred Yanosick, Pat Genetti, Greg French, Ed Lane, John Lorson, Mark Ennis, Tony 
Stacchi, Karl Russell, Rob Matthews, John Speidel, Mike Mead, Coach Hirsch. 



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SOCCER 




VARSITY SOCCER — Front row: Mike McEochern, Jim Morris, Jim Bush, Mark Ayosse, Jeff Besse, Bemie Morgan, Dole Kutyna, Bill Corouth, 
Fernando Bastos, Second row: Coach Petuilia, Dorren Colenero, Bob A*AacArthur, AAork Bruho, Dave Homonn, Gordie Guoy, Ken Word, Chris Prime, 
Chuck Brunner, Mike Arsenault, Neil Ward, Jim Stepshoe, Monoger Wayne Newman. 





JUNIOR VARSITY SOCCER — Front row: Paul D'Entrement, Dana Svendsen, James Conannon, 
Don Hamann, Steve Davidson, Eppie Busch, Steve Morris, Richard Davidson, Rob Millar, Brian 
Gaunt, Donald Naugler; Back row: Coach Gauthier, Charlie Martin, Danny Morgan, Dona 
Washburn, Dave Gerber, Peter Colonero, Geoff Spofford, Svein Gjilsvik, Tom Perry, Doug Gurley, 
Ken French, Ferenc Nagy. 





GIRLS VARSITY SOCCER Front row: Mary Forrel, Rochoel Kneelond, Donna Couto, Doni McQuage, 
Judy Moloney, Carol Honley, Carol Leary, Mary McHorg; Row two: Kothy Sparks, Lynn Hagerty, Julie 
McMurtrie, Amy Webster, Mario Kean, Linda Dudo; Row three: Coach Mr. Gillis, Lois Farrel, Lisa 
Smith, Carol Word, Bonnie Nasser, Sue Willis, Gail Aldorisio, Kothy Toft, Sue Meod, Leslie O'Connor. 
Record 
1-11-2 



THAT'S THE 
WAY THE 
BALL 

BOUNCES! 






GIRLS J.V. SOCCER Front Row: Maria DiTore, Bonnie Nasser, Ellen Hayes, Aileen O'Connor, Eileen 
Harrington, Sarah Brady, Chris O'Shaughnessy; 2nd row: Nelio Hingorani, Leslie Burger, Debbie Bailey, 
Cindy Devine, Erico Hironaka, Debbie Taylor, Karen Friedman, Beth Hopkins; 3rd row: Jennifer Kempton, 
Carol Ward, Stacey Newman, Pam Bacon, Amy Hamilton, Mary-Kay Weiler, Tanya Kneehand, Lisa 
Smith, Missing; Kathy Duggan. 





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D 

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K 
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Y 




Front Row: Anne Boatright, Irjs Gonzales, Nancy Hennrikus, Lisa Bmsock, Kim Jackson, Jean Enms, Janice Molloy; Second Row: Monoger 
Martha Ricker, Loretto Mckie, Kothy Hennrikus, Tracey Irwin, Krisfen Blaisdell, Marie Lyons, Sue Kilpatrick, Robin Joss, Lisa Lyons, 

Kathleen Davidson. 




AQUA BUGS 




Chelmsford 

Way land 

Lincoln/Sudbury 

Leominster 

Fitchburg 

Billerica 

Acton/ Boxbourgh 
Milford 
Lexington 
Gordner 
Burlington 



6 wins, 5 losses 




Front row: Laura Bryan, Kelly Richter, Captain Lauri Welsh, Captain Mono Nyilos, Shirley Ewort, Cathy 
Christen, Robin Kleimonn; Row 2: Louise Guoy, Kim Dixon, Michele Clouter, Nan Gehring, Patty Lehon, 
Joan Sullivan, Diane Klett, Morcie ApeW, Corol-lee Sfsencer; Row 3: Coach Beo Sporks, Asst. Coach 
Moczko, Shelly Nassr, Komi Lambert, Debbie Monning, Cheryl Neal, Goil Sullivan, Kelly Colliton, Pom 
Brown, Kathy Whitney, Jean Little, Paula Salter; missing — Morniger Ann Sullivan 






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CROSS 
COUNTRY 




BEDFORD 
Maiden Catholic 27 
Concord-Carlisle 21 
Weston 25 
Acton 25 
Woylond 24 
Newton- South I6 
Lincoln-Sudbury 23 
Overall Record 6 wins, 1 loss, 

ties 

Leogue Record 5 wins, I loss 
ties 



OPP. 
29 
34 
32 
30 
33 
42 
32 




Front row: David Croke, Captain: Joe Collins, Captain: Clark Robinson, Mike Riley, Mike Hettinger; Second row: 
Damian Peko, Bill Bruno, Chris Mason, Doug Stevens, Bob Brodford, Russ Philbrick, Dove Kennedy; Third row: Ian 
Cone, Ricky Proulx, Steve Zonlay, Kevin Dougherty, Mark Colemon, Ken Ringle, Cooch Sullivan. 




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B 
A 
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VARSITY - Front Row: John Mulligan, Richard Yanosick, Dub Ace, Brad Rose, Bock Row Hoi Runyon Jeff 
Besse, Todd Russel, Ken Word, Coach McCormick, Chuck Ennis, Rob Emerson, Terry Jones; Missing Chris 
Dougherty. 





Russan ballot comes to Bedford! 



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Ayer 

Austen Prep 

North Middlesex 

Concord 

Austin Prep 

Chelsea 

Sudbury 

Chelsea 

Weston 

Newton- South 

Waylar>d 
Acton 
Concord 
Sudbury 
Weston 
Newton- South 
Woylarxl 
Acton 
Ayer 

Pope John 

n 



VARSITY 
Bedford 
61 



58 
60 
57 
58 



56 
47 

65 
60 
52 
47 
54 
50 
64 
53 
47 
66 
63 
56 

wins, 9 losses 



Opponent 
56 
57 
52 
50 
68 
60 
64 
63 
42 
59 
68 
67 
48 
62 
63 
48 
67 
93 
61 
59 



JUNIOR VARSITY — Front row: Gene 
Vetrono, Chris Burri, Sherm Robinson, Robert 
Emerson, Richord Proulx, Ken Ringle, Richard 
John Egan; Bock row: Tom Mulligon, Eric 
Woodard, Peter Brooks, Andy Hobgood, Bill 
McHugh, Bill Bruno, Coach Hunt. 




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FRESHMAN — Front row: John Goriboto, Jimmy Costenedo, 
Mike Montemagno, Bob Couto, Gary Ackermon, Ed Lane, 
Tom Wilga, Kevin Bradshaw; Back row: Greg French, Tim 

Earl, Billy Evans, Mark Ennis, Pat Weatherbee, Bob Fryer, Bob 
Donahue, J.R. McManus, Coach Cormier, Manager Sandy 

Lewis. 




JUNIOR VARSITY — Front row: Patty DeMattio, 
Bonnie Bellensi, Coptcins Kothy Hennrikus and 
Anne Bootright, Julio Russo, Nela Hingorani; Back 
row: Coach Patuleia, Amy Hamilton, Lynn 
Haggerty, Michelle Benoit, Terre Burns, Ailleen 
O'Connor. 



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FRESHMAN — Front row: Lois Farrel, Andrea McClotchy, 
Emily O'Hara, Robin Comely, Betsey Schellhose, Elaine 

Kenny; Middle row: Denlse Conway, Leslie Bean, Kathleen 

Davidson, Susan Pyles, Karen Gauntlett, lleen Harrington, 
Stephanie Antuniccio; Back row: Coach McManus, Julie 

McGarry, Anne Marie Sweeney, Pam Bacon, Carol Ward, 
Linda Johnson, Kathy Duke, Laura Libby. 





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Front row: John Croke, Dave Croke, Coptoins Joe Collins and Clark Robinson, Andy Bloke, Doug Curley; Middle row: Lee Castro, 
Bryont Wingood, Robert Miller, Bob Bradford, Jim Mecurio, Dean Jeas, Peter Russo, Eppy Busch, Larry Freni, Manager Jamie Collins; 
Bock row: Assistant Coach Gillis, Mark Nolan, Doug Stevens, Steve Zolnoy, Dave Hawkins, Jon Colmon, Dona Washburn, Jeff Harxd, 
Russ Philbrick, Bill Harrington, Coach Sullivan. 




HOCKEY 




VARSITY — Front row: Coach Powderly, Joy Ashe, Robert Mothews, Tommy Meod, Micheal Dovidson, Doug Porks, AAork 
Little, Jim Borry, Scott McCaffery, Stephen Davidson; Back row: Gary Duffy, Jim Hansis, John Ferri, Mike Sonito, Doug 
Shommon, Scott Penny, Paul Borixiri, Tom Britt, Mike McLaughlin, Assistant Captoin Bobby Brody, Captain Robbie Holmes, 
Assistant Captain Fred McLaughlin, Tommy Hansis, John Isnor, Assistant Coach Mark Lane. 



Crunch! 




Sudbury 
Acton 
Weston 
Way land 
Concord 
Sudbury 
Acton 
Weston 
Woytand 
Newton South 
Concord 
Sudbury 
Acton 
Weston 
Newton South 
Woytand 
Tewksbury 



Opponent 
5 
5 
12 
3 
7 
3 
2 
9 
1 
6 

5 
1 
7 
6 


2 



10 Wins, 7 Losses, 1 Tie 




SOCCER-HOCKEY 
CHEERLEADERS 




161 





J.V. BASEBALL Front row: Dave Brown, Dove Hammond, Rob Holmes, Hal Rynon, Kevin Hartwell, Lloyd Block, 
Paul Seikmcn; Row two: Coach Petrillo, John Deranlon, Jeff Sontuosso, Dave Morano, Monty Guise, David 
Hawkins. 



jr^'"*^ARSITY 


BASEBALL 






Bedford 


0pp. 


Wilmington 


11 





Weston 


23 


3 


Newton-South 


12 


11 


G)ncord 


8 


7 


Sudbury 


3 


7 


Acton 


4 





Way land 


2 


3 


Weston 


8 


5 


Newton-South 


6 


10 


CofKord 


3 


4 


Sudbury 


4 


7 


Acton 


4 


5 


Way land 


9 


3 


Wilmington 


4 





8 wins. 


6 losses 






FRESHMAN BASEBALL Front row: Bob Kilpatrick, Gene Vetrano, Eric Lundquist, Andy Blake, John Egan, Kurt 
Pacy, Barry Serpa, Jim Meruirio; Row two: Dan Otam, Kevin A'Hearn, Mike Scott, Scott Jones, John McKenzie, 
John Gonzalez, John Mici, Bob Stanley, Paul Farrel; Row three: Coach Sabourin, Todd Campbell, Ricky Proulx, 
Peter Brook, John Leary, Mike Mclaughlin, Robby Emerson, Mark Costa, Kyle Hanson. 






"WE ARE THE 
CHAMPIONS!' 



Varsity — Front row: Mary Lynn, Julie Koralis, 
Chorlene Golomb, Lisa Redmond, Pom Boone,' 
Corolyn Scheyder, Janice \Aolloy; Row two: Kothy 
Hansen, Cindy White, Lisa Smith, Joan O'Rooke, Kotie 
Kennedy, Diane Coristi, Anne Boatright, Masumi 
Yamamuro, Mortho Ricker. 




Junior Varsity — Front row: Cindy Devine, Beth Hopkins, Debbie Ruffer, Cheryl Nickles, Bonnie Bellengi, Lynne Haggerty, Kim 
Dixon, Carol O'Neal, Patty Burns, Tracy Irwin, Mary Ann Beyrond; Back row: Coach Patuleia, Michelle Benoit, Bonnie Nasser, 
Gina Mignon, Joan Sullivan, Brenda Pyles, Jana Eagen, Amy Hamilton, Aileen O'Connor, Karen William, Mary Farrell, Becky 
Blake, Kathy Toft, Patricio Coughlin. 




BETTER LUCK NEXT 





Front row John Hammond, JeH Millett, Brian Milligon, Marc Wllga, Dean Jeas, Row 2: Eric Hanson, 
Dan Morgan, Chris Choate, Chris Bryant, Donny Birch, Ken Ward, Row 3: Bob Brodford, Jeff 
Cullington, Kevin Dougherty, Feronc Nogy, Brod Richards, Bill Bruno; Row 4: Coach Sullivan, Bill 
Crouther, Tim Gemmell, John Whitaker, Steve Murdock, Dick Sparks: Row 5: John Coleman, Poul 
Larson. 



. 'IV . * 



YEAR! 





Wayland 

Newton-South 

Concord 

Sudbury 

Weston 

Acton 



6 losses 



Bedford 
42 
24 1/3 
37 
40 
32 
46 



0pp. 
76 
94 2/3 
81 
78 
86 
72 



Girls Spring Track Front row: Carol Lee Spencer, Stacey Hatch, Joylyn Joss, Jenny 
Curdy, Yvonne Busa, Kim Ginder, Amy Webster, Janet Plisko, Micki Yukawa; Middle 
row: Sherri Nickerson, Lehan Rogers, Frances Ricker, Christen Bloisdell, Chris Coiao, 
Barbra Stella, Tracy Cook, Gail Alderisio, Shirley Ewort, Anne Freidman, Debbie 
Taylor, Mrs. Woods; Back row: Mary Flores, Nancy Courtogolous, Lori Burns, Cindy 
Auld, Linda Dudo, Monique Faucher, Kathy Gauntlet, Marie Comoro, Maria Keon, 
Gina Wingwood, Sue Fogorty, Kelly Dougherty, Ingrid Bunchou, Nora Kelley, Katie 

Coruth, Mrs. Word. 




BOYS TENNIS 




LACROSSE 




Front row: Lorry Fereni, Mike Horxi, Rick Johnson, Roy 
Beyrond, Rick Svensson, Tim McMonus, Jim Ruefenik; 
row 2: Scott Penney, Fred Kelley, Bob Brady, Fred 
AAcloughlin, Paul Barberi, Dean Jeos, Eric Holland, 
Coach Malay; Row 3: Bernie Morgan, Rick Cohen, Mike 
Arsenoult, Glenn Ansil, Dove Gerber, Je« Hand, Eon 
Cuthbert, Cooch Cormier, Row 4: Dale Kutyno, George 
Linehan, Bill Stinson, Jay Bridge, Scott Hoynes, Randy 

Toney, Joe Devine. 




SKI TEAM 




Front row: John Feeher, Evan Davidson, Sandy Draper, Asa Elquist, Rob Schoorens, Kathleen Ernst, Lisa Viola, Joanne Hettinger, 
Karen Friedman; Middle row: Steve Schoorens, Randy Elchart, Steve Steele, Mike Hettinger, Dave Masse, Sarah Brady, Brian 
Turner, Renee Dubkowski, Sue Bergin, Marian Puffer; Back row: Mike Scott, Raino Elchart, Nathan Allan, Mike Goguen, Matt 
Pagelkopf, David Folweiler, Miles McDonough, Steve Gardner, Mike Kolm, Steven Develis, Roy Webster, Mike Cavenaugh, Kris 
Pruyn, Jeff Joyland, Robert Hoyland, Bill Wieler, Rob Emerson, Sue Willis, Eric Lunquist. 



Front row: Lisa Scoltritio, Jill Aldoriscio, Jennifer Cobe, Goyle Alderiscio, Judy Chose; Secorvd row; Robin Clibmon, 
Carolyn Hulbert, Linda Kristen, Leslie O'Connor, Third row: JoAnne Barry, Kris Theophile, Eileen O'Connell, 
Ginger Stern, Lori Brunes, Marie Alessi, Coach Nancy Driden, Bock row: Ann Riley, Kim Dixon. 



GYMNASTICS 




Mr. Thomas J. Duggan — 
principal 

To the Class of 1979: 
The future, for each of you, is yet 
unknown. In whotever direction you 
choose to go, moke the decision 
carefully, as it may be the most 
impKjrtant decision of your life. You 
have the ability to succeed; but the 
price of success is hard work and 
dedication to yourself and to others. 



Mr. Chester Melanson — 
assistant principal 
"Happiness, health, and good 
luck to each of you." 




Dr. Kenton E. Stephens, Sr. — 
Superintendent of Schools 
To the Class of 1979: 
The publication of the Yearbook is o 
way of portroying the joys and 
accomplishments and, yes, the trials 
of those who hove been educated in 
the Bedford High School and who now 
groduate. I congrotulote the Editors, 
tfie writers, orxd photographers who 
hove mode the achievenr>enf of ttie 
Yearbook possible. I also wish the very 
best of work and education 
experiences for those who now leave 
the Bedford High School and my best 
wishes for a continued successful 
educational experience for those who 
remain. 

It should not be forgotten that on 
outstanding High School focuKy and a 
dedicated school administration and 
other school employees all 
contributed to the achievements 
pKjrtrayed in these pages. 



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SPECIAL EDUCATION 



Mrs. Martha 
Parker, Mrs. 
Susan Harrison 




Miss Sandy Mills 




Mr. James Hyde 

"Why should not the New Englander seek new 
adventures?" 




Mrs. Gail Krause 

"Training is everything. The peach was once a 
bitter almond; cauliflower is but cabbage with a 
college education." 



Mrs. Margie Carpenter 



Mrs. Ann Berliner 



MUSIC 




Mr. William Toland 



Mrs. Jennifer Latham 



Mr. Keith Phinney 



HOME EC 




Mr. Fred Petroskey Mr. William Mietzner Mrs. Jean Hibbert 




SOCIAL 
STUDIES 



Mr. Robert Biggio 

To err is hurrxjn; to err continually is inhuman. 



Mr. Laurence Healey 




Ms. Do reen Silvia Mr. Paul Lewis Mr. John Reynolds 



SCIENCE 



Mrs. Catherine Sandoz 




Mr. Gillis 

. . . To know you was to love you! 



Mr. Laurence Ullman 

Understand who you are and oct accordingly. 





Mr. Calvin Tingley 



Mrs. Margarita Apicella 



Mr. Richard Smith 




Mrs. Barbara Robinson 



Mr. Leonard Palmer 



Mr. Robert Morrisette 



Mrs. Catherine Krueger 




Mr. Albert Smith 

Mr. Thomas Higgins 



FOREIGN LANGUAGE 




Jeder ist seines Glukes Schmied 




Mr. Kevin Connolly 



Mr. Victor Carlson 



Miss Helen Gfroerer 

It 



INDUSTRIAL 
ARTS 




Mr. Hugh Morgan 




Mr. Michael Rinaldi 



Mr. Lawrence Murphy 




PHYSICAL 
EDUCATION 





Miss Jane Gallagher 

O 



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Miss Lisa McManus 



Mr. Keith Adams, Mr. Neil Odams 



Mr. Arthur McManus 

Promise little, Perform much. 






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stulist 



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Peace, Prosperity, Happiness 
to 

Class of '79 
Good Luck — Class of '81 





Best Wishes to the 
Class of '79 



From the Class of '80 



Congratulations to 
The Class 
of 1979 




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Office 617-275-6637 



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Best Wishes 
and Success to 
the Class of 1979 



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SUPER SENIORS SIGNING OFF 





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BEDFORD FARMS 
ICE CREAM 

Since 
1880 




ANNUAL PANIC 

'Twos the day before deadline 

And ail was not right. 

Not a Creature was stirring. 

Not even a mite. 

We editors screamed 

At the top of our lungs, 

"Sponsor! Dear sponsor! 

What can be done? 

We can't find the pictures, 

The photographers are gone, 

The dark room is flooded — 

This just can't go on!" 

Late into the night 

We worked (until day). 

Got the annual finished, 

And sent it away. 



CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF 1979 
FROM THE STAFF OR 
MISSILE '79 




CVMi^miulaiioiLs 

fnmi all 
of us suhI 



hLsIuvs for fuliin' siwi*^ 




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SKATING AND WRESTLING EQUIPMENT 
POWER MOWERS SNOW BLOWERS 



DIAL 
|75-0900 




RTS 4 
379 NORTH ROAD 



JON'S HAIR STYLISTS 

We Sell and Service Wigs and Hairpieces 
363 E. Great Road 
, Bedford, Mass. 

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275-6255 



MIX FLOWERS 



All Occasion Florist 




fresh cut flowers 
dry arrangements 
prom flowers 
funeral tributes 



potted plants 
fruit baskets 
hospital bouquets 
wedding designs 



Free Delivery 
375 Concord Rood 
Bedford, Mass. 



BOWENS 



Toylond & Hobby Center 
Bedford Shopping Center 
Bedford, Mass. 
275-7210 



POLIO'S BARBER SHOP 



72 Great Road 
dford, Mass. 



SLUMBERWORLD 
j^ME FURNITURE AND 
CARPET CENTER 




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Bedding 



Great Rood Shopping Center 
— — Bedford, Moss. 

Phone: 275-8869 
Famous Brand Nome Furniture Carpeting 



SHERWIN-WILLIAMS CO. 

325 Great Rood 
275-9066 




BEDFORD 
275 2768 




CHELMSFORD 
256 3418 



CUSTOM PICTURE FRAMING 
ARTIST MATERIALS. CRAFT SUPPUES 



BEDFORD SHOPPING CENTER 
BEDFORD MA 01730 



PARLMONT PLAZA 
CHELMSFORD MA 01824 



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'mDFORD JE WELERS 
II 




GREAT R©A1 
SHOPPING CEN'KR 

323 GREAT ROAI 
BEDFORD, MASSl 

275-7056 




mi & FLOWB&S 




weddings, funerals & all occasions 
275-7125 

142 THE GREAT ROAD 



BEDFORD 




Best Wishe?1e the Class 
of 1979 

DR. & MRS. E. EAGLES 




McGarry 



Best Wishes 
To The Class of 
Jfi79 




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MlMUTEMAN 
VOLKSWAGEN AND 
OLDSMOBILE 

\^ SALES 



SERVICE 
PARTS 

39 NORTH ROAD — BEDFORD, MA. 
AT JUNCTION OF RT. 45-225 

275-8000 




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Gould Motors Inc. 



25 North Road 
Bedford, Moss. 275-7200 

Chrysler — Plymouth — Voldre 
New Co rs — Used Cars — Towing — Body Work 





^^^^^^^^^^^ 



Sokn Satl Wick 

and 

9aul C. Wick 
<.JUti>ine\fs at Jlam 



9aal C. Wick 



2/5 SlMlt 3ld. 

^edfoid, t^iaa. 01730 




SALON DE TANTE 
COIFFURES 



Bedford Shopping Center 
Great Rd., Bedford, Ma 



275-7020 







Compliments 
to Class of '79 
from 



McConn's Driving 
School 




199 



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Congratulations 
from 



PAUL J. GOLDSTEIN D.D.S. 
AND 

KEN KROWNE D.M.D. 



BUILDERS SPECIALTY & HARDWARE 
CORP. 



Depot Square 
Bedford, Moss. 01730 
275-7655 



Ced. Cay 

Tel: 275-1967 
BEDFORD WALLPAPER & PAINT CO. 



51 The Great Rood 
Bedford, Mass. 01730 

Discounts on all 
wallpaper and paint 



DUNHAM'S BOOK STORE 

Good Used Books ar>d Paperbacks 
Bought and Sold 
Over 15,000 Books Priced 
and Classified 

50 Great Rd. Bedford 
275-9140 



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CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 19 
FROM BEDFORD OPTICAL 



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CENTER BARBER — STYLING SHOP 
BEDFORD SHOPPING CENTER 
GREAT ROAD, BEDFORD, MA 
I 275-9883 || ^ 




Congratulations to the class of '79 
from 

RICHARD A. DAVIDSON B.S. R.P.H. 
DAVIDSON'S PHARMACY INC. 



Compliments of 

R.R. RODNEY'S 
RECORDS & TAPES 



49 Great Rd. 
Bedford, Moss. 
275-8222 




Law Offices 



BRIDGE, DYSON & KILMARTj 

113 The Great Rd. 
Bedford, Massachusetts 01 730 
Telephone (617) 275-0860 




5-0860 i 

J 



200 



BEST WISHES TO 
THE CLASS OF 





BEDFORD POLICE 
ASSOCIATION, INC! 




201 





Best 
Wishes 
to the class of 



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American Optical Corp. 

AD 





DOM'S SERVICE STATION 

Prop. Dom PaJmcri 

lull 

AMERICAN 



Grease — Oil — Tune-Ups 
Tires — Accessories 



Dial 275-9756 



Compliments 
of 

BIEREN'^ 
GARAGE 



I 



COZY CORNER 

Subs, Pizza and Fried Foods 
275-9866 




S- 








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WEATHER SERVICES 
CORPORATION 

131 A Great Road, 
Bedford, Mossochusetts 01730 
Telephone: (617) 275-8860 




Compliments of 




279-eBSO 



BEDFORD FUNERAL HOME, INC. 

1«7 THK GREAT ROAO 
BKOrORD. MASSACHUSETTS 01730 




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Maunder's Meat Market 





Deli, Meats, Fresh Fish, Poultry, Cheeses, Cind more! 
We have Fresh Party Platters to go! 



Best of Luck 
to the class of "79" 



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ipliments of 

lie Ribbon Dairy 



1 86 Great Road 
Bedford 
275-7261 

"Milk From Selected Farms' 



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MR. GENE 

Hair Stylist 
ArKl Wig Salon 

326 The Great Road 
Rte. 4 and 225 Bedford 



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Kelly" 



BED^RD'^Ul^CC) & tIRE 
CEN|ER| 

Bedfc^d, Mms. 01730 
CALBRAMMER. I" I f 
i I TeP ' 
M 175-9759 




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Best Wishes to 
Class of J979 




Hanscom Officers' 
Wives' Club 



Congratulations & Best Wishes 
To the Class of 1979 

THE GREAT ROAD TO INSURANCE 



Matthew J ^^^^ 

ivicil.t,i itwv ^. BUSINESS, LIFE INSURANCE 

TOIT1clSSI3n PENSIONS, IRA. KEOGH PLANS 

Insurance Agency 



SIXTY THE GREAT ROAD BEDFORD MASS 01 730 


161 71275-2736 











ERIC B. BIRMINGHAM, D.D.S. 

Congratulations and Best Wishes 
to the class of 1979 

Dr. & Mrs. Eric B. Birmingham 



Cong rat ulot tons 
Uom oil of us of 




Gott Hardware & Supply 



HARDWARE STORE 



We're your local hordwore fnercKont 
wtTh The buy^ power of o 5000 — 
store cKqio We buy together tor 
less, con sell for less. 



40 istofTh Rood — Rear 
Be<*fofdMoss 275-8989 



BEDFORD PHARMACY 

Bedford Shopping Center 
166 Great Road Bedford, Moss 01730 
Phone 275-6931 

Congratulations to the 
Class of 1979 



MICRp-BIT 



a division of 

CONTKpL DATA CORPORATION 



Best wishes to the Class of 1979! 

Put your heart and your very best effort into 

whatever career you choose and you will be o 

winner! 



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SYKE" 
Francis P. Bumann 



Certified Public Accountant 
8 Beverly Road 
Bedford, Massachusetts 01730 
617-275-8451 




Congratulations to Class of 1979 

Thomas E. Noble, M.D. 

143 The Great Road 
Bedford, Massachusetts 




TO THE CLASS OF '79 
WE WISH YOU 
ALL OF THE BEST! 



spire 

■ corporation . 



1 - - y. 



Patriots Pork/Bedford, Massachusetts 01730 



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Congratulations and 
Best Wishes 
To The 
Class of 
1979 



Millipore Corporation 




Ashby Road 
Bedford, Mass. 01730 
(617) 275-9200 





Compliments of 



BEDFORD RESEARCH PARK ASSOC. 



# Crosby Drive 




BEDFORD FRUIT STOF^S^ 



it — Confectionery — Tonics — Ice Cream 
Cigars and Tobacco 
The Great Rood, Bedford, Moss. 
275-0025 



Compliments Of 



lotron 



lotron Corporation 



5 Alfred Circle, Bedford, Massachusetts 01730 



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In the kitchen, we're better known by the 
companies we keep. 

Our subsidiaries, Amana and Caloric, spe- 
cialize in products that make life more com- 
fortable, more convenient. 

For instance, Amana Radarange® micro- 
wave ovens that dramatically cut cooking 
times. Freezers and refrigerators you never 
have to defrost. Step-saving trash compactors. 
Caloric ranges with self-cleaning ovens. 

And throughout the home, Amana air con- 
ditioners quietly create the perfect climate for 
comfort. 

Quality products from quality companies. 
Raytheon companies. 

RAYTHEON 



Congratulations to the Class of 1979. Bedford Laboratories, 
Hartwell Road, Bedford. An Equal Opportunity Employer. 



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E. E. LINDSKOG CO. 



PnCCiaiON El-ECTRONIC BAI.ANCINO 

INDusTRiAi. ■ Automotive - Acno-SPAce 



MoN. - Sat. A-B 

Tut. CVENINO - a P.M. 
(«I7) 278.a24B 



6 AI-FRED CIRCUE 
BEOrottO. MASS. 0I730 



BEDFORD ENGINEERING CORP. 

Carl Richardson 
124 South Rd. 3805 Mt. Vernon Ave. 

Bedford, Ma. 01739 Alexandria, Va. 22305 



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Congratulations from 

r MiIlerbisD 



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BEDFORD HARDWARE, INC 

WINDOW GLASS • WINDOW SHADES • PLEXIGLAS 




GA«DiN mooucTS 84 THI GREAT ROAD lEDFORO 




I EM PER, 

TRUE TEMPER GARDEN, LAWN and FARM TOOL* 7, 



}7S-«464 



JAMES F. SULLIVAN, JR. 

Plumbing & Heating Controctor 
57 Hartwell Rd. Bedford, Mass. 01730 

Phone 275-8100 



Compliments of 

BED/ORD CHARTER SERVICE, INC. 

Wm. J. Martines 



Bedford, Mass. 01730 
1 1 Railroad Ave. 

275-9524 



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Best Wishes to 
the 

Class of 1979 



^0 BEDFOH? 

1 




BBDFORD PERMANENT FIREFIGHTERS 
AisOClATION I 





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BUY-A-LINE 



Shamy, wake up! / To Lori and Joanne, Remember the snow storm, Lanai Island, hanging out the window arvd being hit with snow. Bill s tire, where we 
were at 1 A.M. in our pajamas, sleeping over, going to Mac's to find someone of age, scrabble.' I'm psyched for Florida. Thanks for the good times! L.J. ' 
Helen — Refer Purple F.M. Panama Booze — Cruise Spring 78 — six pock HoJo's steak and eggs all-nighters cruising parties! B.L. (out in the boot) Good 
times! See ya! Mr C's trucks! Space — pass out and walk much? 360's K.R. — Thanks so much! D.H. and L.F. ore good friends! Thanks Buddies! To 
Joanna, Tricio, Jean Bean, Joan, Anne, Liz; "Purple haze in a doze at the hynes" from Tammy / C. Jo How's I? I'll never forget Plymouth or Boston Hill! It's 
been real! Love N. / If you can imagine it you con achieve it. If you dream it. You con become it. / To J.F. — I never thed you talked with o lithp but it ith 
thordo funny! Thankth for the memoreeth! — CD. / D.P. . . . Remember Rollerskoting? We were at Missy's party! Don't forget your key! You and Mrs. 
A, me and Mr. U. Peabody and love songs. Keep the pedestal strong! . . . J.B. / I.N. . . . "This one's for you!" The talks and the tears. The totol crackups 
and breakdowns at Moreheods. All those guys! Scrabble your way. Don't stop laughing! . . .J.B./ C.R. . . . Poopsy Kissy Face. This oin't 'Soul Train' yo 
know! Thanks for all the good times, and being a friend. My place at 8:00, right? . . . J.B. / Kev — Where con I order a free Fanny Farmer football 
calendar? Those Paper Roses made my Happy Heart sing — off Key. Is that a nose or are you eating a bonana? Maybe you con trade it in for o certain 
"behind." / Kath: You con have D.G.; Gail: Thonx for b>eing a friend; Ail: Luv your bathing suit; Fran: It's been real!; Carol: Will Eliz find out about Philip. 
Lis / Can I tell you a story about a beautiful princess who mode a certain poet very happy? Well she may hove been a little short, but her love was great 
enough to last for a long, long time. Oh, and . . . You don't hove to say you love me, just tell me what was on Jean's coat. At any rate, don't lose your 
song, bird and remember nothing goes with coffee like love and flowers. Everyone up for the kick off if "you know what I mean, Sam?" I won't soy good-bye 
because you still owe me a penny. Oh, my timing's getting bod. So see ya kid. / Chinese Checkers / To Twinkles cookie, cookie. Hawk! Talk is cheap. Rob, 
Howz Mr. D's classmates? Meet ya Saturday night on J.G.J.H. field. Randy, customize your "Vette" yet? / Fox, the hunt for ungowos shall continue 
olwoys! Swiss rolls forever. B.H.S.S.T. was wild and the bus rides crazy. Don't forqet S.N.L.! me. B.M. Don't forget the good times we hod in Lexington. 
Gory forever, Mike maybe. K.W. How much bubble burn do you chew! — candy foctory. J.T. sorry about Mike Problem. Good Luck Always — J.S. To 
G.S.T. don't forget the sunrises on the rides. M.J.M. — Don't forget lunch and algebra and doodling. / Guido — Interesting! Chapter 45 . . . The Wong 
Woom? Jr. Prom, beach (rain?). Springs Brook, Papa Gino's, Burger King . . . ketchup? 45 days hath April? Thanx, D-wing! How do movies end, anywoy? 
Love, moi P.S. Its 10/9. Space — Walk uptown in the rain lately? Grape soda & fritos. Thanks to "dumptruck" we met! McDonalds and . . . Brighams? new 
friends, new problems — thanks for the friendship. — Jay. Bon — M. & M.S. always! Sorry about the headlights! Jr. Prom (?). Dobbins — embarrassed? 
Grinch, Frosty, Scott, cookies . . . pucks? — Christmas '77! "Fall on me . . ." ore those the right words? Woodstock forever! Stuck in o pickle? Put your 
apples on! Will Harry ever find it? — Joy P.S. — P.H.? / N.T. — Remember this post summer? Sitting on the rocks, the beach, Scott, and McDonald's. The 
football game (you know which one) remember I'm coming to see you the summer of '80 so be sure you're waiting out on your front porch! — D.J. / Nina, 
Sheila — If we're gonna commit mass suicide then now's the time to do it — right before finals. Let's make a dote — louoro / Sue: Don't ever forget "that" - 
dance. White lightning U. Mass. U turn on highways. Les Cadillac, satins. Hots or Me Thanks. Carolyn: Don't forget all our episodes in and out of school. — 
Gymnastics, Mr. M. Art, bucket seats. Prom, Beach, and talks about "them." Les. Aileen: "Are you mine . . ." What a riot! Well B.S. Keep up the good 
"work?" "Jack and Jill?" Keep B.H.S. Alive OK? Les. Denise: Don't forget "Animal House," our social flops; Remember my bl satins and all that went with 
them. Les. / FU, Yob, Sketti, The night of 16 candles? Fu, "To life to life Lacava," 50 — yard — line wiz, cranberry — Sketti "Throw her in the bathtub," 
Christmas Eve, driving J.L. R.H. — Yab, we were proud. How's the kitchen floor? The brownies were good. Garbage run at 2:00, remember # 1 ? New Yeors 

— strawberries! K.W., don't worry your not. Chipster / Soys who. What? Hagar Slacks; Thom McAnn; After I've hod my lost cigarette . . . The Chauffer- 
Lynn's Breakfast; Hankweed? Love to. Lewis, Clark, Sacojoweo; Light passes through the optical nerve ... He wears his guns well; Boys across the lake — 
flashlights; Duh; Jonquil; Winston; Prerequisite for the measles shot. / Lori and Cheryl; Remember; you wanna Drive Bang! Obscene Scrabble, Sloe Gin, 
1:00 walds in our pajamas in a snow storm — All in one night! Florida and Fromingham here we come! — Jo. Maureen — Find any surprise shoes in your 
Locker lately? — Jo. To the whole Jr. High Gang — Lori, Loinie, Rob, John, Robin, Augie, Tracy, Bobby, & Roy — Thanks for the memories — Love Jo. 
Cheryl — Is the snake satisfying? — Jo / Kathy, remember one of those nights you were at Page school, and you were just about too — , and you thought 
you saw someone. You did! / Jo's Everlasting love for Scott will never die (but Glen and Andy are on reserve)! See ya in Tennessee! Tina and Sue 
remember you summer! To Chip, Sketti, and Fu, Remember Fu's? Sketti, eat much? 2:30 clean quilts? Feel good? Chip, "there's men in the driveway!" A 
visit from Bikard D.O., guick change? From Yob. / B.D., K.H. ins't tenth grade a little too old to go out on Halloween? Bon, four out of four? C.R. — Green 
Coat! S B. Hey Crispy Buddy! from A.O. / Mike and Jim, I thought that only animals would crouch like dogs in front of People at Farmers Field. Those sure 
were the good old days. / R. We've got tonight! / B.P. — Do these things mean anything: Score, Score bomb, Lexington, eating out, sixth period, soccer 
gomes, #4 and #11, eating out. New Years Eve, Run out of any Chinese restarounts lately, walk much, embarrassing. M.L.? Sound familiar? — M.M. Eh, 
Jo! Driving School, I can't chew gum and walk either. Did you do Geometry? Graham! Moligerant focist. Peabody! You're going out with who? Love, Cso. 
Schlepping down the hall. I hate Grammar. Throw the ball bock. Bang! Off the phone pole. Happy Birthday in your locker. Thanks for everything Denny. 
"You don t bring me flowers." Hi Buddy! It's a Peach! Four in the back. Toga! Who's Virginia? What's a Gus? Big Mac Attack. I.E.N. Z.R.; The day on the 
beach, Bino's party, Wolden, Jackson Browne, I love you. College Applications, Illusions, Track, Stoy forever, "Whenever I coll you, friend." Love, Sis. 
it's been long 4 years, John, Mike, Rob, ond Steve. I'll remember oil the good times. Remember at Friendly's, borrowing hot fudge and Vi gallons of ice 
cream, Chinese fire drills. Pom's house, beginning of jr. year, the cor always stalling, like on the highway Steve. — John, Lexington, baseball, Mr. Smith. — 
What about 4 years ago. — Chicken fights in the halls — remember sn and the sn ettes, D.P., Gosh, Myron, Potry, Bird, Shep, Skank, T.k., 
cruncholo, racamussin, scrods. Thunder Island, Thomas, getting your Tux's. — Mike the zone, concerts and parties in Lex., getting pulled by Lex. cops, is 
there a rag in the bock seats? — Movies and the girls from Chelmsford, what about moggie and the rest from Endicott, N.Y., Biffo at Michelle's on New 
Years, Tewksbury, taking off to N.H., running me over, Pocohontas — Rob, Morilou, and Jodie, L.s., Patty in Wolthom, Morykay, Lynnie, Appy and the 
calculator, the sink, drano, cleaner, Mr. Gillis on Dudley, Mrs. Robinson's class, what's up, dances, Christmas Eve and New Years. — Stocey, it wasn't you 
who had D.p., RAH, shake it. — Shirley all those talks, problems, if it wasn't for you, it didn't work out. — Kristen, I know more than you think, laughing, 
blushing. — Cindy He treated you Like!, legs. — Donna, Mr. Corliss' class, certs, PHHH . . ., You still owe me, Jerry, mind reader — Good Times, Thanks 

— S.H., S.E., T.C., E.M., K.B., CD., M.D., D.P., P.B. er hod a lot of fun. To Best Bet '78, Does my hair look okay? Sand. To Clare; you want to? Sand. To 
Lois; "That's Greek to me." Sand. / Chow & Sociology third period. Halloween nite in Lowell — Do you remember? The Jailbird / K.B.B.C.S. — I'm not 
responsible?? What about older redheads? Roz — I'm not even a buh f rierxJ! Cleo — Viboes! There's for you dignity! R.G. — I'm telling! Roni, Kate / John, 



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remember sucking off Brigham's glasses, how's your lips? It's no way to go. How about Riley's Party! When Stacey was black and blue from punches, and 
Shirley was thrown in the pricker bush, small riot! I don't remember anything else from that party. — Jim, remember wanting to be dead and we almost 
made it possible by running you over. — Rob and John, remember the ride with Shirley and Stacey, When you almost didn t moke it bock olive, smoll 
maniac. — Rob (niceboy), John, Mike, Jim. Those were the good times. / June 1978, Tom how's the station wagon doing? January 1 5, 1979, So Tom how's 
your car & life doing? What do yo say let's take off for Colifornia. No, get me Boone's Form wine. I hate beer. January 1 7 is your face helping your life Tom? 
Tom, you drive to tne hockey gome; O.K.? Bo, how's the leg room in the bock seat of the Duster? Good; I might core. Bo, wont to borrow some money, 

0. K.? Lets help the wheels on the cor O.K. Bo. No, we didn't drive over the curbing at McDonald's. / John, yo two hands. John, how come It took 3 months 
to kiss Stacey? John, I heard Thomas will promise. Pom remember all the stuff you told Eilleen that wasn't true! Les: How about o 180 on route to 
Zu-Moss; Blue wall of was it room?; Shopping cart; your driving, mine; before the dances / Boston soccer, bockrubs, photography. Thanks — Mike P. 
won't to be in a Dance A-thon. G.C.A. Con I write on your hand just once more? Nice knowing you! Denise: N.M. here we come. Tom. B.: Long distance 
partnership? Ken: you talk too much, but you're still cute. S.M. J.H. & A.R. hands off, Love L.S. / To the students at B.H.S : Thank you for giving me three 
of the most precious gifts available: Self-fulfillment, happiness, and true friendship, Love, Ms. Sylvia. / Hi P.C., you champion of the downtrodden masses 
you! Your contribution to the S.W.P. of time and money, has helped more than you know! ; Andy, Barry, Morice: Quack! Gibb! Playboy Bunnies? Wild, 
crazy girls, ie mort! Swing foever more, nonu! Glowing teeth, McDonalds bib, cruisin. New York, Dangerous Champagne. / Skunjbut! 

1. L.U.A.B.J.K.Q.N.M. . . . etc. (get the picture C.H.) Oh, Mr. Frodo, ore those elves! Time for some midnight chicken and a heart- to- heort talk. Deidno, 
Sara, Lois, Karen: Disco, Starwors, Bond visitors pass. Bunny Ears, Sunope Losge, Grease, Fotomat-c ramped, Mr. Powers, hotrod-snowmobiler, skinny 
ankles, long hair, Louie. / Yo hit on the head with your bordottle. We smoked Monica. — ChoCho much love & luck Trixie. Space, run home from N.H. 
much? K.C. please get me a weenie. Shirley, let's go to Roberto's! Ray, much Double Vision? — Beogle. ' Fitchburg gome, Emerson Hospital pass out 
much? Wingersheek beoch. Our gang, Hef, friends forever — T.C.,R.K.,S.B.,D.S.,K.H.,K.D., — Springsteen we love you! T2 — Gobble, Gobble, munch, 
munch, want to go shopping? — T2 / D.P. — You're the best germ I know! New Year's Eve? How's your bird? — M.M. / Partying at B.L. and Pitts; all 
nighters in B.D.'s cor; Summer of 77, M.L.; New Yeors Eve with D.K., S.P., D.H., 78; N.J.'s; White Mts.; Mt. Adorns Inn; N.H. with M.G., D.K., T.F.; Sebogo 
Lake; BBB,CCC,PPP; Mt. Monodnock, Mt. Washington; It's time to come home K.M.: Prospect Hill A.B.; Arrowhead 12'22'78; Cope Cod J. Geils concert; 
Strawberry fields. Bob Seger at Music Hall; Good friends K M., K.D., B.W., E.W., T.S., M.G., J.C., B.B.; Plumw/ J.C. P.D. M.L.; Cruising on bikes; Dr.ins 
w/K.M., B.B., A.M., B.P., B.S.; A-Wing; Blue gross Festival; Rye Beach; Lynord Skynord; Asti Spumonte. Believe thou me, folks, Beethoven was 
top-bonona! Hey, Eppy — We ore the priests {I like your clogs!) Joe — Happy 8th (9th, 10th, 1 1th) Anniversoy! Do you like getting roses? donno beth — I 
love it! / Lynne, remember when Mr. Sabourin kicked you out of the library because someone stole your? Have you been in there since? Carol. Dove G. 
remember falling over stone walls before the dance? False alarm, don't laugh. I had white pants on. D.G., M.D., B.M., D.G. too bod you got caught before 
the dance — I would hate to think it was partly my fault. C.H. To all the foxes and crazy guys at Bedford High: Good luck to you all and keep swingin. J.B. 
the space we once occupied when we went to see the pbnes is still vocont. Remember freebird? C.H. DC, D M., J.M. remember our first gome against 
Chelmsford? Play much towards the end of the game? L.H. when you hurt your ankle at that gome, did the pain get worse when you sow how cute their 
trainer was? C.H. To the "nasty little girl" who sits next to me in Consumer Ec. Walk out much? Mike and Mull you sing well. C.H. T.M., S R., G.V., Sorry I 
couldn't buy for you after the hoop game — maybe next time I won't get carded twice C.H. DC, B N., B.S., R C, chased much through Concord the night 
before the Thanksgiving game? R.C. Don't you know to stop at red lights and not go through 4 of them. B.N. Egg fights in MocDonalds parking lot — sorry 
about your coot. Tammy & Julie — thanks for lunch — remember oil those cute waiters? — cute shoes? Happy Birthday too. I wasn't too embarrassed — 
no! Thonks for being my friends — Carol. / J.F. — Remember D P.; Do it on the dance floor; feel large getting walked on in my stereo room. S B. — My 
brother coming after you with o shovel, stranded in Hampton, snack — up; the pricker bushes felt good! J.L. great talks & all the good advice . . . Mike's 
slide. / Mully — There's only one shade of green. Watch out he's crazy. Paul — Don't forget S B. Mark — This cor is a bone. Brad — Minnow man. Locker 
room. / Jan: Thanks for our fun times. Remember you trying to stick two straws together? — one suck and it's stuck and it's suck orxd laughing when we 
blew $3.75 on a '/2 hr. of a movie and got the munchies. Don't drive too slow now! Remember the drive-in movies and Barry Monilow's nephew? What o riot! 
Thanks, keep blowing that horn. Good luck, I love you, Steph. Jackie: Thonks for oil our fun! Remember "we're missing Sot. Nite Live . . no it's Friday," 
Going to dances real happy cuz of G.B. b>ehind the backstop, our party and movie for Sandy, "how much is one piece of candy." Reading your walls, I know 
what's really in your bottles! Keep playing, good luck, I love you, Steph. Linda: I'm so glad we got to know eoch other better. Thonks for being a true friend! 
We must have laughed this year away. Next year will be even better, I promise Love, Steph Everyone: Remember all the good times we hod! The beach, 
dances, Crosby, Raytheon, MocDonald's and the Parties! I wish I was there for there for the rest of the year. Thanks for moking my 2Vi years there, the 
best! If you're ever in Florida stop by! Good luck always! Love Marie. Bonnie remember — watching planet of the opes at 2 in the moming, move in for 
the weekends, unforgettable Moine Forrah movies, lunch meat, C-ment, tennis shoes, future scientist, oiring out houses, bosey, spitting milk at me and 
Steve, H20, cheat sheet A + , attempting to cut Tiger's butt, cot throw up on the bed, heods, tiger ran away, New Years — sick?, Tell him to stop, Bob's barf 
cor, Dan visit the bathroom often, downing 6 sure, cops, bury the beer, Frons first nite free, ever find the hubcap, does beer float, mooch mony rides, maybe 
Don, Bob or Kevin will come by, Mrs. T burnes Bobbie's ecology, S.D. been to the war lotely? Aileen slept in the school lately? B.N. Carol H. remember the 
soccer party? Ride many horses? Carol — remember Moine, woter fights, the boot, 504 for 1 gome the cor. Christian flipping fff-, its Gingerole! Hal — 
Passing Biology? Thank me later! R.E. — Class clown, best hoir, smile, dress, legs, eyes, athlete, hunk, brownie. S.N., Rover fell over, but sp>ot did not! / 
King — Never forget D.P., took you three months, but not with M P. . . hit by o tree . . getting beat up before the prom . water skiing . . . cold 
hands. . . not me! . . . S.W. ond M.Y.? / To John Buddy — Con the sandwich onto the next course, donielle — I found a best friend! Donna — Beth. All 
Cheerleaders: Rachel, Jill, Jodi, Undo, Mary, Joanne, Trocey, Carol, Moryio, Janice, Debbie, Kim: don't forget camp, practicing at 2:00 A.M., winning the 
competition, lights, camera piono and thanks for working all year and making it oil worthwhile. Donna. Jane — Remember oil the p>orties at my house? 
All the Neslom we hod those nights? Taking off to Hojos with . . .? Not ever making it to the hockey gomes ... on time! Remember how you hod your 
hands full with Speedy Stevie in Vermont! The talks we hod in C period. And New Years Eve topped it oil off! Thanks for all the great times and for being o 
friend. Love Marie / To Daddy — Into every little girl's life a party must fall To Nigro Fool Employees: Thank you too much, honeybunch! Best Better's 
1979 — C'est Bon! Quel trip! I love you ALL! — Loinie Hey Cin — 10th grade — I thought the cat blew it! Thonx for all the laughs & memories, keep in 
touch over the years. Love Weoze ' To Best Bet '78, Remember — Turbulence, Read your itinerary! What a darn inconvenience! Reptilicus, Gimme 
Drugs!, Speokee Ingy?, It's on Alp! — Love, C.W.P. or M.D. To JoM.C, "The problem with snow is . . ." Love, Me. To the Organization or J. A., G.A., J.F., 
C.H., J.H., D M., Weoze, H.P. and Barbara — Never Forget Colorado, Sunopee, and Mon. nites! Love, M.D, To E.N. When we're roommates, do you wont 
to wash or dry the dishes? Please let me know soon as this is a very important question. Thonks, M.D. You hove no weight on the moon, that's why 
astrononts wear lead boots — Advanced Chem '79 Marie L. remember the guy in V.T. & Bedford New Years Eve colling your mother at 1 :30? Hey you 
boy, don't stop me now fun it! It's late, and we ore the champions. You're my best friend Killer Queen, Bicycle, Tenement Funster, Drowse. — Chris. / Not 



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everyone can total his father's truck! I'll never forget him. Happiness is . . . finished college applications, no more humanities essays, no more gym 
classes! — Lorraine. / Remember our junior supper: and 5 minutes of eleven? And Lorraine, remember your anonymous cords to Bob B. and mine to Mark 
B.? — Chris. / C.B., L.M., L.C., C.H., L.F., L.P., G.S., E.M., L.F., You guys want to line up today or tomorrow? — A.M. Sean, Aleen, you tell me — A.M. 
K.W., You make it easier. — A.M. / To Kahlua, Thanks for the friendship, love, and core we've shored this year. Thanks for being my best friend! Take 
core teddi bear! Love, sloe gin. / Laura, Claire, Lynne Kathy (Snob); you were great cheerleading captains. Don't know what we'll do without you next 
year. There are a lot of memories . . . Lost in Natick, Mrs. B, cheerleading camp, our skit, spirit juice, Assabet girl's room, summer practices, soccer B.O., 
Peppermint schnapps, the Friendly jubilee, etc.! Lotsa Luck! See ya later Alligators. Love "78" hockey-soccer cheerleaders: Pam, Kim, Chris, Kelli, Francie, 
Stocey, Debbie, Naomi. / To the Bandroom — I walked in there two years ago as an unhappy person. You all have made the post two years the best ever! 
Thanks Cheryl Draper / This year has been the berries. Summer for "78" Hampton Beach, Foxie Moxies's Cottage, Disco M&M's parties. M.J. making the 
rounds. Party "79" / Paul B. — Proctice makes perfect. / Christmas Carol, remember the good times with Dan. the juicy weekend stories. Guiding light. 
General Hospital J-M. / K.J., G.S., C.A. — Midnight phone colls on New Years Eve. K.J. ore you O.K.? G.S. not in the trash! Remember, never again! Sure. 
Dove/ Daren, purple dress and sexy legs. Those cold days on Hoyden's looking for frogs in the ice. Paranoid night that worked out great. Freegird! 
Dove / Hi! Sheila, Donna, Cathy, Kiki, Nancy, JoAnne, Anita, Donn, Mike, Mary, David, Cockroach, Mouse, Rabbit, Stocey, Elephant, Sham (Hamster, 
Tattoo, Tuna, Mac) and Anne from P.J. / Dear — Jon C, Mike H., Emily, Gina, Mark S., Sheila, Damion, Mike S., Morolyn — congratulations! Clark — I 
still remember your freeze dried hair! Good luck to ya! Love Anne (P.S. 80 rules now!) Dear P.J. — you've been such a great friend, thonx! I hope oil your 
dreams come true. I'm planning a heart attack for this Thurs.! Smile — harder! Love, Goladriel the Good. / B.W. will be giving swimming lessons at Springs 
Brook this summer starting at midnight. Dub will be demonstrating the dead man's perch. Lessons free. / Hi to all my friends. PS. Sheila, Nino remember 
B.Y.T? CLEO / Sheila H., what were you doing on the 17th floor of the Chateau Frontenac at 4:30 in the morning? G.C. ' Steph, You've been as good a 
friend as anyone con ask for. Thanks for all your help stay as sweet as you ore D.W. & T.H. ore fools. Love yo, Lindo. / To Sue, Clair, Louro, Gino, Jean 
and Janice; thanks for everything, the Dans, someday, Crosby, Level-3, B. Lending, Sykes, Cruising in the Cheb, Nuttings 24-hours a day. Barge, 
Halloween, X-mos, New Years, Cape, the Beach, Togo party at Claire's and all that happened. Summer-time, Bedford Director — shoot!. Parties, Cruising, 
Cheerleading, Drive-Ins, Memorial Day W.E., Bogus-303, Houses without parents etc . . . Good luck. Love always, Laura / Neol — you still owe us o six! 
guess who? / Go ahead Lourer, take the last hit. Laura P., sleep much at Toga Party, 6 A.M. swimming in your pool. Peach, remember Deb's Halloween 
Party when your poncho caught on fire. Mully, what do yo think? / To the boys of the class of 79, especially B.B., J.F., F.M., S.B., R.H., M.L., . . . "Wow, 
those sophomore girls." / Blue eyes: what a year burger runs, L.G.C., summer nights, beaches, snow fights, April 22, the big storm and phone talks, the 
Best year I ever hod, all thanks to you I love your, T.P.B. / Bowser, I'm giving you this chance to finally get these oil right. Ready? grubbers, slugs, Mrs. D., 
me, where are you going to keep your money?, ond how does decompression vary? brain transplants. Grub!, love that knee; sorry, I just hod one minute of 
croziness; I think we'd better go straight to counselling. J.M. (a cackling sister) D.C. (incredible hulk) Won't forget our great season, maybe if you throw 
more salt next years record will be better then 1-1 1-2. Watch for Louweozo plays and don't forget to Pull the trigger! Good Luck J.M. / Remember the 
Cook & Co., all the fun and embarrassment trying to give him the "hint." Do — remember the dances, the penny, Macs. Maybe somedoy huh? — A.C. / 
To: R.K., K.D., K.H., D.S., S B., L.F.: We can't forget all the fun we've hod: Many parties and "late" nights, B.L., Truck Hunts! Graduation night, Ho Jo, 
Many guys! Munching out, football game's, cruising, Halloween night, being blitzed and oil others. Thanks for being there. Lets stay together. Joyce, 
Jaybird, J. P.: From guys to friends phone colls and munching out, dirty jokes and secrets. Remember me, I'm your Kindergarden Pol. T.J.C.? ' L.A.O. — 
Remember gaymnostics, art, the musicals, 5 hour talks? — C.J.H. . . . D.A. — It's so good to know you'll always be with me. Thank-you! I.L.U. — C.J.H. / 
To Lisa and Julie, "It stopped raining! I can hear yo but I can't understand yo! He talked to us!" Love, B.M.F. #1 and B.M.F. #2 / Carol, Trino, Rizzo, I'm 
the number 1 fox (Deek)! Jimbo, total portyness up Dudley! Jimbo, hows your bird? Tablecloth, con I cut your hair? (Deek) / Sheila, Remember the 
arguments about Moss, and N. Hope, sliking through grove yards, strawberries, puppy laughs. Frances/ Sarcasm, toot-toot, crepes and falling lights! 
M&M's and orange juice on junior prom day, flowers and albums, Emily Dickinson and Bowdoin topes. S.H. Rose / S. Yarmouth sleep much? Opie, Ogortz, 
Flonnigon, Shokey. Con take a joke. J. Geils! Rye Beach. Bluegross festival. Where's the campsite? Papa Gino's. I hove to go. Bar! Overflow! Stacks of 
pennies at the Mall. Lost day, cocked pass out. Wollbonger, hangmoons. Let's all get arrested — Party Hardy / Lynne, Mitch, B.B. — I'm wild for your sexy 
leaps! Borkface — howdy you slobbit! Cookie your a crip who ploys tennis like T.A., Biff, ex-crip / Wasting away again in Morgretovine, watching a poor 
misguided scrag. It's hard to believe one could be so insane. But I know, it has no brain. To T.I., S.E., E.M., AND L.H., — Remember the weekend. Fogging 
out the barn. Looks like a movie, Ouiji board, seven gorgeous guys, E.M. how was the spaghetti, S.E. large eyes, eat,?, sleep . . ., the bed was kind of 
crowded wouldn't you say? K.B., S.H. / Robbie, F.T.D. on strike? Laurie. N & R When's the wedding? Love L & G. / Sue Push-me — cp — Yank Blinds Pete 
Seeger. Laura — Powderly and Laura's Hamburger chain, crash up derbies.. Cheb party wagon. Little Store! Claire — Finish it! Organisms growing Munch 
a bunch. Kate — MMC, Coslabbat, Jack Flash, Linda Ronstadt. Fall at B.L. Mork-Bork From L.L. / Partying at the B.L.; N.H. with T.F., C.V., D.K.; Cope 
Cod with D.W., C.B., T.F.; Food friends L.B., C.V., T.G., K.D., D.W., M.N., B.S., S.B,, D.E., M.J.; Fleetwood Mac, Eagles & Boston Scaggs Concert; A — 
Wing; Front Lobby; N.H. 4th of July with D.W., & friends, Jon. 8, 1977. / R.H. I hope your social life gets better very soon. Try again in college! Keep in 
touch! Luv B.B. / X Crip — lets stop Novratilova in the middle of the Road, now you know she's my sister! Lobster power. X — czech ; Jano — How's was 
your vocation in Sweden this summer? How ore the 5 little Borgs doing? Remember psych? Hulk / Hey Guys, remember: AC robbed the DO from big AL 
and gave it to the Poor. Good-luck. / Long live Odams' animals and may they German Club stand forever under the leadership of Miss Kohn. Hey Elo! 
NEC s? N.P.? Walk much! Buschhead. Swim team party. Copt. Crispy! Did you hove your doily bowl of cereal! Crispy Crunchy! romblin guy! / Ingrid — 
let's play Rota by moil next year. The first move is yours. — Aunty Ethyl / Blah forever. — Madame Jolo / Mary Beth! Q what do you coll a 25th level 
wizard with a magic staff? Anything he wonts! Your friendly neighborhoed dungeonkeeper. / Fall ploy cost and crew, remember — making up the ploy as 
we went along, Cheryl's excursion up to the catwalk, "Wash and wax my breakfast." Angela's disgusting furpiece, the fights (snowball and other) at the 
Cost party, "Let's moke it into a musical" and the skeletons in the (costume room) closet. / Jaybird: Where did you go during the basketball game? 
M&M's, pizza, 7up, Horry we did you put it Ad's Woodstock guys? Stuck in a pickle, put your apples on colleges? Life? Rmember, everything. Thanks for 
always being there — Love Bon. / Deb P. English, Psych, fingernails. New Year's one guy one room, another in the next, Gungodin, colleges? Good luck — 
B.P. / Martha M. Sociology, Psych. You Communist! Scarebomb, 6th period, shopping, Lexington, Church, New Year's Eve — Weird much. Chinese or 
Italian? Good Luck — B.P. / A. P. Sorry for emptying your drowers and deflating your kiss. Lozor Gun? Remember no oimo at the doga! Thanks for the pest 
control, too bod you're not on exterminator. Love, the cackling sisters. B.P. What ore these, oranges? They don't look too good. Happy New Year (sure) 
Beans? Well at least your feet ore dry, ho! / M.M, Remember the bird? He still hasn't recovered! — you communist. / PAL: When ore we going to hove a 
pretty day? Oral fixation! / Ug: Devilment!!! G & T's on the airplane. You prude! Excuse me, is that a scaley chicken toe up your nose? Take care 
DeeJoy. / 



Ken Woodland — Photograhper 




Thanks Mrs. Haggerty — Art Advisor 



Blizzard of '78? 

Cover: Donna Kinney 

Lettering on divided pages: Ken Ward and Rob- 
bie Holmes 

Poem: On pages 1-16, written by Chris Page 
General Helpers: Paul Caruso 

John Stefanelli 

Anne Hutzenbiler 

Debbie Holland 

Lorraine Miller 

Chgis Coleo 
Yearbook Sales: Bonnie Porter 

Cathy MocDonold — editor 

Lynne Roberts 

Barbara Stella 
Photography: Dove Greene 

Ken Woodlond 

Bill Ford 

Steve Zolnay 

Burlington Studios — Thank 
you for your time and effort. 
Typists: Chris Page 

Laura Leong 

Cheryl Nichols 

Sharon Stelling 
Thanks to all the above and all that ore not 
listed who made Missile "79" much more enjoy- 
able and easier to put out. 

Enjoy our book, 

MISSILE STAFF 1979 





Special thanks to Ken Ward and Robbie Holmes for technical 
drawing 



KiKi Pedersen — Assistant Layout Editor, Frances Ricker, John Stefonelli 



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BEDFORD, MASSACHUSETTS 



This is a photographic essay of the way Bedford was in 
1979. We chose Kim Ginder and Joe Collins for two 
reasons. Individualism was emphasized during the 70's 
and running is certainly on individual effort. Women's 



rights also come a long way during the post decade; so we 
decided to have both the mole and a female runner in 
these pictures. 



Bedford, most noble Bedford, 

I shall not thee forget. 

— A Weed on the Concord end 

Merrimock Rivers, Henry David 

Thoreau 



Party at the boatlanding! 



Job Lane House: Rufus Porter frescoes 




The House on the Hill: David Lane, the 
original owner, marched to Concord at 
age 16 



Rocky, look out! 



Rural An^rica: Davis Rood 

By the rude bridge that arched the 

flood, 

Their flog to April's breeze un- 
furled. 

Here once the embattled farmers 
stood. 

And fired the shot heord round the 
world. 

— "The Concord Hymn", Rolph 
Woldo Emerson 

BEDFORLT- 



Concord: arch rival 



Source: The Bedford Sampler Bicentenniol Edition 



Look out Joe! 




Controversial Center School 
Ye Olde Hangout! 



26 Minutemen gathered on April 19, 1775 at Fitch Tovern 



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The Old Burying Ground 
For the hamburger connoisseur 



Picking on Joe again, Kim? 
The home of friends post, present, and future. 



The Nothaniel Page Homestead 
Tired? 




This is to tell you something, 
That I forgot to say. 
I thank you very much, 
For being there today. 
It didn't really matter, 
That you hadn't much to say 
Nor, was I really bothered, 
When you just continued on your way. 
I don't know how to tell you. 
My fellow, Adam's son. 
You'll always be my comrade. 
No matter what is said or done. 
It will not last forever, 
This, alas is true. 
But, as long as the sun sends forth its 
shine. 

My prayers are for you. 
It won't be long before the time. 
That one of us will leave; 
Perhaps, because of college, 
Or perhaps, of love. 
But, whether it be learning. 
Or the arrow known as love, 
I will always be quite happy 
With my memory of, 
Our parting little promise; 
That we would meet again! 

Paul Caruso 





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)ublished yearly as a report or 
iCts of a year and intended as a 
college class album : annual 
about learned societies — H.B. 
the most common publications 
. the newspaper, the magazine, 
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